Our Projects


Anzansi study project
BasicNeeds-Ghana in collaboration with Washington University in St Louis, Missouri, USA, the School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Legon...
Ghana ‘Somubi Dwumadie’ (GSD) Programme
The Ghana ‘Somubi Dwumadie’ Programme otherwise known as the Ghana Participation Programme (GPP) is a five-year United Kingdom (UK)
Promoting mental health education and awareness in school in Ghana
This project is funded by BasicNeeds USA under a longstanding and continuing relationship between BasicNeeds USA and BasicNeeds-Ghana.
Ghana Risperdal Access Initiative
Through the support of JANSSEN (Johnson & Johnson Ltd) Direct Relief, a United States of America (USA) based medical charity provides donations of risperidone and other psychotropic and anti-epilepsy medicines to BasicNeeds-Ghana (BNGh)
AZANSI Family Programme
The ANZANSI Family Programme is an intervention research funded by National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) of the United States of America (USA) National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support poor and vulnerable
Ghana Speak Your Mind for Mental Health Campaign
The <em>Ghana Speak Your Mind for Mental Health Campaign </em>project is a 12-month initiative funded by Comic Relief Speak Your Mind Campaign Fund.
Strengthening access to timely and quality rehabilitation to survivors of torture and organised violence (TOV) in Ghana
This project is funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Government and people of the Kingdom of Denmark
BasicNeeds-Ghana Promoting Gardening for Improved Mental Health Outcomes and Productivity in Northern Ghana
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is supporting BasicNeeds-Ghana to implement a project aimed at enabling Persons with mental illness...
BasicNeeds-Ghana “Supporting Government To Build A Mental Health System” – Extension
The Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom (UK) in Ghana extended an additional GBP£250,000 grant under the...
SMART-Africa Research Project
SMART Africa (Strengthening Mental Health and Research Training in Africa) Project is a transdisciplinary collaborative partnership funded by the National...
Accessible and quality mental health care for poor and marginalised persons with mental disabilities
This is a 36 month project funded by STAR-Ghana. It is intended to improve community mental health treatment through increased...

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