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Nairobi, KE

Past Projects

The mhGAP-IG mHealth

mHealth was a project that aimed at evaluating the applicability of a model that utilized mobile technology to train, supervise, support and monitor application of mhGAP-IG depression module on non-mental health workers...


Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) provides support to promote successful recovery, community reintegration and improved quality of life for people living with a mental illness or mental health concerns. With increase in income through either entrepreneurship or employment, people who are predominantly......


KIDS is a program in Kenya whose focus is on promoting mental health, preventing illness and treating existing mental illness among children. Child and adolescent mental illness is one of the seven Grand challenges on mental health. The project provided an approach which aimed at promoting..

The e-DATA K

e-DATA K was a project that provided online training to both clinical and non-clinical health workers to acquire competencies adapted from WHO Mental Health Gap Action Programme (mhGAP) and the WHO ASSIST...


DIALOGUE was a project that sought to empower, supervise, support and include informal traditional and faith healers to deliver evidence based mhGAP-IG adapted psycho-social interventions to reduce mental health treatment gap in Kenya. DIALOGUE discovered that...

The Create

CREATE will address this gap by developing a locally-viable social business and accompanying evidence-based Recovery-Oriented Psychosocial Rehabilitation Toolkit to employ and support the overall functioning and...

Templeton 2

This was a two-phase Randomized Control Trial focusing on long-term health outcomes and dissemination strategies for adolescent character strength interventions. Phase 1 was a follow-up assessing how the intervention has improved adolescent mental health....


We focus on the identification of suicide predictors by identifying risk and protective factors for suicide, and barriers and facilitators to uptake of services. This information is key in informing policy and interventions toward the prevention of suicide.

(AFRIMEB) is a public benefit organization, based in Kenya dedicated to research in mental and neurological health and, substance use to generate evidence for policy and best practice in the provision of affordable, appropriate, available and accessible mental health services.

Get in Touch

Africa Institute of Mental and Brain Health (AFRIMEB). Matumbato Rd, Nairobi, Kenya. P.O Box 48423-00100

+(254) 202651360