The MHEI Strategy

The Mandate Health Empowerment Initiative

MHEI Vision

  • To be a hub for Mental Health Advocacy and Reforms towards building a mentally healthy society.

MHEI Mission

  • To promote quality Mental Health service delivery and to carry out psycho-social intervention that mitigates Mental Health cases around; substance misuse, gender based violence, child and maternal mental health, social violence and trauma.

  • Collaborate with stakeholders to achieve sustainable Mental Health reforms.

Where MHEI will be in 5 Years

  • MHEI owns her edifice with functional departments and official cars.

  • MHEI launches a digital app to provide 24/7 Mental Health services globally.

  • MHEI champions a unified stakeholders in the Mental Health sector in Africa; MHEI becomes the nexus of Mental Health in Africa.

  • MHEI to make presentations and be the voice for Mental Health at the UN General Assembly.

  • MHEI establishes an active partnerships with 10 international organizations.

Our mission is to make Nigeria and Africa a place where people are conscious of their mental health conditions and enjoy wellbeing by deploying our expertise to ensure timely and appropriate sensitisation, training, counselling (including tele-healthcare) and psychosocial support interventions and collaborating with state and nonstate actors.

Our television program, Mental Health Forum, runs every weekday (Monday to Friday) from 10am to 11am on Africa Health Television.

: GPAN Supports Africa Mental Health Reforms Campaign.
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MHEI Values

Diligence

 Accountability

Passion

 Synergy

MHEI Organization Structure

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The Three Broad Thematic Areas MHEI will Focus on

 Sensitization and Advocacy –

To build a strong network of 3,000 Mental Health champions across 30 African countries. To educate and create the sense of urgency around Mental Health awareness. To build a resilient, productive and stress free community.

Mental Health Reforms –

Establish strong global partnership and coalition among Mental Health stakeholders. To hold stakeholder engagement and identify issues around Mental Health policy. Design and develop policy outcomes for a reformed Mental Health service delivery.

Capacity Building –

To resuscitate men, women and children that are down with Mental Health conditions. To strengthen Mental Health practitioners on standard best practices to better carry out their duties. To strengthen the capacity of policy makers, teachers, religious leaders, traditional rulers, media practitioners and other stakeholders

Our Vision is to be a hub for Mental Health Advocacy and Reforms towards building a mentally healthy society.

We are on a Mission to promote quality Mental Health service delivery and to carry out psycho-social intervention that mitigates Mental Health cases around, substance misuse, gender based violence, child and maternal mental health, social violence and trauma.

We collaborate with stakeholders to achieve sustainable Mental Health reforms.

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Mandate Health Empowerment Initiative (MHEI) is a CAC registered nongovernmental non-profit organisation. We’re centred on promoting mental health and psychosocial support, especially for pregnant women, school-age children and internally displaced persons, through advocacy, capacity building, training, counselling, outreach and early intervention.

Our strengths are in capacity building, information & training, Stress Management/Counselling, mental health and drug/Substance Abuse.

Guiding Principles and core values include transparency, equality and fairness, integrity, hard work, focus, accountability and compassion

The Mandate Health Empowerment Initiative have organised outreaches, health promotions and mental health campaigns. We have collaborated and partnered with Federal Government agencies, other private stakeholders and international non-governmental organisations.

MHEI Objectives

MHEI aims to fulfil the following objectives by 2010:

  • Improve quality of life during the prenatal and postnatal stages of pregnancy for women suffering from mental health conditions through therapy and counselling.
  • Secure partnership with Federal Ministry of Health for the inclusion of improved mental health and psychosocial support content in the Corps members NYSC Training Programme, aiming for optimal service year productivity.
  • Promote prenatal mental health training informed by best psychosocial support practice guidelines across Nigeria.
  • Contribute to the reduction of Pre/Post-natal Depression and Anxiety and its associated consequences during the prenatal and postnatal stages of pregnancy by actively involving mental health and psychosocial support services in antenatal sections of government and private hospitals.
  • Organize advocacy and awareness campaigns on mental health and psychosocial support issues affecting government public primary and secondary schools.
  • Provide useful information/early warning signals for measuring progress in the implementation of mental health reform practices in Nigeria.
  • Canvass the need for a national framework for provision of mental health and psychosocial support, giving equal priority to mental health in the federal budget.
  • Carry out awareness creation on infant mental health and nutrition at various developmental stages.

Our mission is to make Nigeria and Africa a place where people are conscious of their mental health conditions and enjoy wellbeing by deploying our expertise to ensure timely and appropriate sensitisation, training, counselling (including tele-healthcare) and psychosocial support interventions and collaborating with state and nonstate actors.

Our television program, Mental Health Forum, runs every weekday (Monday to Friday) from 10am to 11am on Africa Health Television.

: GPAN Supports Africa Mental Health Reforms Campaign.
Click the link below to view
GPAN -BMHM 

Mental Health Forum

Our television program, Mental Health Forum, runs every weekday (Monday to Friday) from 10am to 11am on Africa Health Television.

A Catalyst In Building A Mentally Healthy Society

Our mission is to make Nigeria and Africa a place where people are conscious of their mental health conditions and enjoy wellbeing by deploying our expertise to ensure timely and appropriate sensitisation, training, counselling (including tele-healthcare) and psychosocial support interventions and collaborating with state and nonstate actors.

 

Registered with the CAC since 2015 (Registration Number: CAC/IT/NO 79847)

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