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The PMHP is proud member of the international task force that created the first ever World Maternal Mental Health Day on 4 May 2016, with the common goal of increasing awareness of maternal mental health issues.

We believe increasing awareness will drive meaningful change. Therefore we encourage you to follow the campaign on Twitter #maternalMHmatters 
and become a global partner
Find out more here

Thanya
matters

Meet Thanya April our new Administrative Assistant who joined us after 8 years as a Personal Assistant in the Family Law Department  of a corporate law firm. 

She holds a diploma in Office and Business Administration and is currently studying towards a BAppSocSci degree at the South African College of Applied Psychology, where she attends classes in the evening.

PMHP team

Midwives
matter

To celebrate Midwives who care for women and newborns with skill and compassion, our director, Dr Simone Honikman, is a keynote speaker at an event celebrating the 100th Birthday of Mowbray Maternity Hospital as well as the 60th Birthday of Faculty of Health Sciences at Stellenbosch University.
International Day of the Midwife is 5th May.
Find event information here.

PMHP advocacy

Volunteers
matter

Meet our new volunteers who support our advocacy programme.
Leen Bnyat is an undergraduate study abroad student, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Gender and Women’s Studies, African Studies, and Global Health the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Jennifer Malinga is currently a final year BA Psychology student at UNISA whose dream it is to research the human brain.

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