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Mind to Mind Myanmar

mental health matters

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Who we are

Mind to Mind Myanmar was founded in May 2013 with a vision for better mental health care

in Myanmar/Burma. It is registered with the UK Charity Commission, with the Registered Charity Number of 1165005. 


more about our trustees and our history 

 

Our planned activities in 2017

We need you to join Team Mind to Mind Myanmar in the annual 20/22 miles Bridgnorth Walk to raise funds for our work in Myanmar. Please contact us if you can take this challenge and raise funds for M2MM. Or you can sponsor our team on JustGiving by clicking on the link. 

Our fundraising Burmese Food Fair will be held in London in October. Please check this page for details nearer the time. 

We plan to go back to Myanmar later in the year to deliver our highly popular mental health training workshops for GPs in different cities and towns across the country, covering the length and breadth as much as possible.

Our Newsletters

                                                                    Please click here for our newsletter May 2015

Blog on our Myanmar trip at the Royal College of Psychiatrists website

Ongoing activity : Charity Clinics in Mandalay and Amarapura

Mind to Mind Myanmar initiated a charity clinic for patients with mental illness run by the young psychiatrists in Mandalay at Brahmaso Free Clinic every Saturday. This clinic is gaining reputation and patients from other towns are coming to receive treatment there.

Patients are given 2-4 week supply of prescribed medicine depending on their need for a follow-up review.

£14 will provide 6 month treatment for a patient with Depression.
£16 will provide 6 month treatment for a patient with Schizophrenia.
£33 will provide 6 month treatment for a patient with Mania/ Bipolar affective disorder.

We also support another mental health charity clinic at Bawa-Alin Free Clinic in Amarapura. We donate Ks. 300,000 every month for the purchase of medicines for mental health patients there.