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Enhancing maternal mental health and livelihoods of vulnerable pregnant women and mothers and their children to realise maternal and child health in Ghana [GB-CHC-1079599-BN-2015-GH-DFID-51A]

BasicNeeds

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BasicNeeds Ghana will enhance the mental health of 14,760 pregnant women and mothers, and through this improve health outcomes for 14,760 young children. This will be achieved through strengthening existing health services in Ghana to anticipate the specific mental health needs of pregnant women and mothers, alongside efforts towards income generation for vulnerable individuals. Work with individuals and communities will promote positive behaviours to reduce stigma and discrimination in relation to mental ill health through various communications strategies, whilst service users will be better organised to advocate for quality maternal mental health services.

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  • BasicNeeds UK
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