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As a PMHP supporter, we want you to know what we’re up to, what programmes we have run in 2015 and how we have spent your donations. This report looks at the many ways the PMHP is striving to develop and advocate for accessible maternal mental health care that can be delivered effectively at scale in low resource settings.
So here it is. Our 2015 Annual Report.

Volunteers and staff groups

Midwife Obstetric Units (MOU) are busy, challenging, oftentimes stressful places to work. Apart from the availability of necessary resources to care for birthing mothers and their babies, an important component of producing a successful service is to provide emotional support to the MOU team.
Read more about our staff support groups run by Trisha Lord at Retreat MOU here

PMHP services

BBC series

BBC One has dedicated two weeks of the schedule to explore mental health in closer detail.  A range of programming platforms were used including news, drama, documentaries and features.

The PMHP was invited to lead a live maternal mental health Q&A on 'How can we support mothers in crisis?'

See the conversation on the BBC Africa FB page here

PMHP FB page

Latest Outcomes report

The 2014 / 2015 follow-up outcome data strongly suggests that the PMHP service intervention has positive outcomes for women and their children.

The PMHP counselling intervention promotes resilience and provides the necessary support to enable vulnerable women to identify resources and personal capabilities. 

Read the full outcomes report here

PMHP reports
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