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Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in South Africa:
How to break the cycle

This policy brief was a collaborative effort between authors from different institutions and is based on local and international literature as well as the authors’ empirical research in the clinical field. It covers challenges, windows of opportunity, violence during pregnancy and a holistic approach to preventing and responding to IPV. 

Read our latest Policy Brief here
Find a collection of previous policy briefs here

Respectful Maternity Care and ESMOE

The Essential Steps in the Management of Obstetric Emergencies (ESMOE) is a WHO-supported, national training initiative to improve emergency management of pregnant women and their infants.

The PMHP was invited by ESMOE leadership, to contribute to the development of a new interactive module on Respectful Maternity Care to supplement the 12 existing modules. Master trainers will be equipped to conduct this training at scale, across the country.

More on Respectful Maternity Care

Ithemba Lobomi partnership in George

For several months, we have been working closely with this organisation based in Thembalethu, a large settlement outside of George, in Eden district.

We have provided training for staff and collaborating partners in the area and are supporting Ithemba Lobomi to develop and implement a strategic plan for integrating maternal mental health in to their Home Based Care and Community Family Support programmes. 


 

PMHP teaching & training programme

PhD student
from
Ethiopia

Tesera Bitew is an Ethiopian PhD candidate linked to PRIME who is conducting his research on antenatal depression and maternity care utilisation in rural Ethiopia.

Tesera visited the PMHP for six weeks to learn from our service and training programmes and also to link with our research staff to support his work. We were able to learn from him more about how Ethiopian mothers face the hardships associated with poverty and patriarchy.

 

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