Sangath will host an event in London on March 8 to discuss findings and recommendations from its PRIME project. (http://www.sangath.in/prime/) If you will be in the city around that time, join in with your friends and family to be a
Sangath and Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to recognise Sangath as a centre to award Ph.D. degrees to candidates engaged in public health research. The MoU is valid for a period of
Sangath’s primary role as a mental health research organisation is well-known globally. However, how often do you hear about its clinical services? Below is a story of a 32-year old woman and how Sangath helped in her journey of transformation.
For the third year in a row, Sangath and Trimit Trust came together to jointly organise MindScope, a film festival founded with the resolve to focus on mental health issues. Many dignitaries from cinema and mental health were present at
Dr. Amit Dias, Sangath’s former chairperson, and a general body member has been selected for Goa state award for his outstanding contribution to social work. Dr. Dias is a recognised name in the field of Dementia research and has been
To empower clinicians in Goa, Sangath will partner with Antarman* to conduct a capacity building workshop on 15 Dec 2018. Needs-based training in Evidence-based skills through Peer-based learning The workshop will be conducted by Prof. Richard Velleman from Bath University/Sangath
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine’s (LSHTM) Senate Research Degree committee has approved Sangath re-joining as a partner on its Capacity Strengthening Research Degrees (CSRD) scheme. Being a partner on the CSRD scheme will allow any member of staff
Fewer than one in four people with a mental health disorder receive treatment, with access to treatment even more limited in low-resource settings. Sangath’s founding member Dr. Vikram Patel co-chaired workshops on the new challenges and priorities for global mental