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mhGAP implementation in Uganda a great success

mhGAP implementation in Uganda a great success

24 October 2016

Since its launch in 2008 a number of countries have undertaken to implement the WHO mental health Gap (mhGAP) Action Programme.  Uganda is among the few African countries where this...

PRIME South Africa reaches across borders

PRIME South Africa reaches across borders

20 October 2016

The PRIME South Africa team has achieved a milestone for task sharing of psychosocial interventions beyond the borders of South Africa. This task-sharing success was a collaborative effeort between an...

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  • Making Mental health Care Happen through Mann-Kaksh
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    Making Mental health Care Happen through Mann-Kaksh

    World Mental Health Day is celebrated every year on 10 October and this year's theme is “psychological first aid”. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) it is important to ensure that anyone in acute distress due to a crisis is able to receive basic support. Those who need more than psychological first aid should receive additional advanced support from health, mental health and social services. 

  • "I came away from Chitwan inspired"
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    "I came away from Chitwan inspired"

    On the morning of 15 September I flew from Kathmandu to Chitwan, the PRIME district implementation site in Nepal. I was accompanied by Nagendra Luitel, the PRIME Nepal Project Coordinator. Our plan was to visit health facilities where the PRIME district mental healthcare plan had been implemented, as well as facilities that have been involved in the scale up phase. We also wished to visit the PRIME research team, based at the TPO Nepal offices in Chitwan.


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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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