Nikita Simpson

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Project Manager
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All disorders
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Khuluma Project

Facilitated and interactive support to closed groups of 10-15 HIV positive adolescents via SMS.
Children and adolescents
Communicable diseases (e.g. HIV/AIDS, TB)
Depression/anxiety/stress-related disorders
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From Ecuador to Ethiopia: Introducing Ember's 2020 partners

In 2019, Ember launched a call for grassroots mental health projects working in low and middle income countries to submit applications for a 12-month partnership to strengthen mental health innovation. 159 applications from projects in 48 countries were submitted, showcasing a wide range of perspectives, approaches, challenges and strengths. This announcement introduces the final seven projects selected and briefly describes the work they do in their countries.
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The Tree that Jaya Grew: Using Tree of Life in the Himalayas

Nikita Simpson is a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the London School of Economics and in this blog, she describes her experience conducting ethnographic fieldwork on the Tree of Life therapy approach within a village in the rural Indian Himalayas.
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African Innovations: Khuluma Project

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovators to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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Tackling the ‘New Beast’: Mental Health for People Living with HIV

Ahead of their presentations at the AIDS2016 Conference, SHM discuss the need to include mental health in the HIV/AIDS debate and how their Khuluma project addresses this.