Mr. Diwash Sarraf is a Social Activist working for the last 6 years in the field of child rights participation, protection, and mental health. He demonstrates knowledge of society, child rights, human rights, child participation, and development around his place. He has significantly contributed to the greater movement to promote mental health as a crucial component of total well-being by making services more accessible, raising awareness of them, and giving people the power to prioritize their mental health.
Currently, he is working on Mental Health in association with UNICEF and CWIN. The creation of the user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing Mental Health Chatbot, in partnership, has given people, especially children, and adolescents, a vital platform to access the help and direction they require. As a member of the Designers Club, he was responsible for making sure the chatbot’s user interface was simple to use and entertaining. By making it simpler for users to get information and support. His work has an effect that goes beyond one-on-one encounters. Underserved communities that may have encountered obstacles in obtaining conventional mental health resources have now been reached by accessibility. And is provided by the Mental Health Chatbot and the tele-mental health OPD service. He is also an Executive board member of the National Adolescent Boys Network.
His initiative to raise awareness of mental health has had a big impact. He has significantly contributed to the greater movement to promote mental health as a crucial component of total well-being by making services more accessible, raising awareness of them, and giving people the power to prioritize their mental health. His work has had a good knock-on impact, promoting candid conversations about mental health. Along with, helping to change cultural perceptions of mental health. His ability to create engaging material and his social advocacy has allowed him to work with schools and neighborhood associations. And in a variety of venues to inform people about mental health issues and encourage self-care.