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Workshop in India a great success

Workshop in India a great success

18 December 2015

Participants of the six-day Mental Health Management Program Workshop realized that the well-known adage “nothing succeeds like success” rings very true. Organised by the National Health Mission (NHM) and technically supported...

VIDEO: PRIME India's Dr Rahul Shidhaye Delivers Keynote Speech

VIDEO: PRIME India's Dr Rahul Shidhaye Delivers Keynote Speech

10 December 2015

In 2014 PRIME India's Dr Rahul Shidhaye delivered a keynote address at the World Congress on Integrated Care in Sydney, Australia. Dr. Shidaye's presentation was titled "Improving Quality Within a...

Community Engagement: PRIME Ethiopia share story of hope from a homeless patient

Community Engagement: PRIME Ethiopia share story of hope from a homeless patient

02 December 2015

Early in November 2015, PRIME Ethiopia met with community members and the district administration in the Sodo district, where it is implementing the integration of mental health into primary health...

Research Update as PRIME enters 5th grant year

Research Update as PRIME enters 5th grant year

26 November 2015

PRIME has made good progress in the first half of the 5th grant year. The country teams have continued to implement the PRIME Mental Healthcare Plans (MHCPs) in all five...

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PRIME is a Research Programme Consortium (RPC) led by the Alan J Flisher Centre for Public Mental Health at the University of Cape Town (South Africa), and funded by the UK government’s Department for International Development (DFID). The project aim is to develop world-class research evidence on the implementation, and scaling up of treatment programmes for priority mental disorders in primary and maternal health care contexts in low resource settings. Partners and collaborators in the consortium include Addis Ababa University and Ministry of Health (Ethiopia), Sangath, Public Health Foundation of India and Madhya Pradesh State Ministry of Health (India), Health Net TPO and Ministry of Health (Nepal), University of Kwazulu-Natal, Perinatal Mental Health Project and Department of Health (South Africa), Makerere University and Ministry of Health (Uganda), BasicNeeds, Centre for Global Mental Health (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Kings Health Partners, UK) and the World Health Organization.

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