Methodologies used to reach beneficiaries

 These are some of the Methodologies we use to reach our beneficiaries monthly: 


    1. We hold mental health training, seminars, workshops, conferences and summits by partnering with other stakeholders monthly of which this methodology helps to meet a good number of participants monthly

    2. We use our available mental health counselling canters and partners around the country to meet our clients demands

    3. We reach a quite a large number of beneficiaries through using televisions and radios sessions as well as writing articles in some newspapers and magazines.

    4. We are always having programs going on in primary and secondary schools, colleges, and universities such as mental health clubs, seminars, workshops and other methods of mental health awareness. This is very impactful which helps us to reach many adolescents and youths at once

    5. We publish hundreds of audios, videos, and photos/ posters through social media accounts, blog, podcasts, and website of which in return, we reach a quite good number of beneficiaries everyday to educate them about mental health.

    6. Using mental health practitioners such as psychiatrists, clinical psychiatrists, counselling psychologists, counsellors, social workers in different programs has helped us to reach many beneficiaries and work professionally and provide trusted mental health services.

    7.  We embrace partnership, collaboration, venture with other NGOs, agencies, associations, companies, government, partners, and other stakeholders. This method has helped to serve a large number of beneficiaries monthly around the country.

    8. We daily implement programs, projects, campaigns, activities such as Clubs, program Tuliza, program academy, forum, broadcasting, MHT App, artwork, webinar, outreach, sports and games, etc.

    9. Moreover, we use mental health advocates, ambassadors, volunteers, internship, practicum, and fieldwork program to reach different beneficiaries easily


The above methodologies aim at/help the organization to:

Providing mental health community and psychosocial support, psychoeducation, and mental health awareness; advocating, promoting, and supporting mental healthcare systems, implementing consultations, mentorships, training, coaching and research programs; Providing mental health clinical services through psychotherapy, counselling, guidance, assessments, screening, diagnosis, and tele mental health services.