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Vacancy

The Perinatal Mental Health Project (PMHP) requires the services of a Research Officer / Senior Research Officer.  
This is a full time post for a one year contract with appointment, starting as soon as possible.
The appointee will be based at the PMHP offices on UCT’s Sawkins Road campus, but may need to travel locally, nationally and internationally.

Further information about the position and how to apply on our website.


Mid-Year Report 2014 

We are pleased to share our 2014 Mid-Year Report with our partners, friends and supporters. 
This report highlights some of our key achievements of the first half of the year. 

Download the PDF version here.

Previous reports can be downloaded on our report pages here

Womens' Day 

PMHP took part in this years Women's Humanity Arts Festival at the Artscape Theatre to celebrate Women's Day and Women's month. 
  
Simone Honikman, our director, took the opportunity to raise awareness among festival goers and Samantha Hanslo, former PMHP client, spoke about her experience to a large crowd. 
 


Circles of Support

The 'Grand Finale' united all 70 artists who performed in support of the PMHP in front of a packed house at the Baxter Concert Hall on 16 August. 

A big Thank You to all our volunteers and everybody who helped to raise funds and awareness for maternal mental health. 

Want to join the Circles of Support?
Donate Now

 

Maternal Mental Health:

Why it matters and what countries with limited resources can do 

The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) has published a Knowledge Summary, which uses the PMHP as a case study. 

Find more information on WHO website or read the PDF version here

 
Thank you to our donors


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www.pmhp.za.org

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