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Friday, 20 December 2019 15:45

30 SHG Members Acquire Skills in Bead-Making

Thirty (30) self-help group (SHG) members have completed a day’s training in bead-making on December 16, 2019 at the Accra Rehabilitation Centre, located at Adabraka in Accra. The trainees were comprised of pregnant women, breast-feeding mothers and teenage mothers and were drawn from six (6) districts and sub-metros within the Greater Accra Region. It was made possible with funding from UK aid under a maternal mental health project titled: “ Enhancing maternal mental health of pregnant women and mothers and their children  to realize  maternal and children child health in Ghana.“  
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The Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom (UK) in Ghana extended an additional GBP£250,000 grant under the Accountable Grant scheme to BasicNeeds-Ghana. This extension grant is to enable the organisation continue with the implementation of activities of the project titled  “Support Government of Ghana to build a community mental health system”. It seeks to address varied, but mutually reinforcing problems and needs confronting mental health in Ghana. These needs include:
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The United Kingdom's Minister of State for Africa, Mrs Harriet Baldwin MP, took time off of her busy schedule to visit a self-help group (SHG) of people with mental illness or epilepsy and their care-givers at the Nima- CDR Community Social Center during her working visit to Ghana on August 28, 2018. This peer support group and several others are among self-help groups supported by BasicNeeds-Ghana with funding from UK aid.
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