Project Ember is a collaboration between The SHM Foundation and the Mental Health Innovation Network (MHIN) created to help mental health innovation grow and thrive in low- and middle-income countries.
Project Insaka is a collaborative initiative between The SHM Foundation and Zambart aimed at addressing the mental health and wellbeing needs of HIV positive pregnant and feeding mothers in Lusaka, Zambia.
Khuluma is a mobile phone support group initiative aimed at addressing the mental health and wellbeing needs of HIV positive adolescents in South Africa.
The SHM Foundation collaborated with Voices Now, a UK-based charity enabling people of different backgrounds to listen to and sing in choirs, to launch a survey into choir singing across the UK.
Learning and Citizenship
The Marakwet Education project aims to enhance citizenship and improve livelihoods of young people living in Kenya.
160 Characters aims to develop an interdisciplinary art, health and humanities methodology for understanding the mental health needs of HIV positive adolescents, through analysis of text message data collected in Project Khuluma.
Tackling the poor adherence rates to medication amongst HIV positive adolescents in South Africa, by using the Khuluma approach as a component in the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation’s Hlanganani Plus Healthcare Transition Project.
Me Late Leer is a project aimed at improving the literacy levels of primary school children in Mexico.
The Barbican is a world-class centre creating opportunities in all areas of the arts including dance, film, music, theatre and visual arts.
Zumbido Health is a social enterprise that makes social support groups accessible, immediate and anonymous using the power of digital technologies.
Khuluma Khulisani is a mentor programme consisting of participants who have been part of our Khuluma project and have shown a keen interest in staying involved in the programme.
Help us empower adolescents living with HIV in South Africa by donating towards our Khuluma Khulisani Mentor Programme.