PSN Africa | Africa's Largest Postpartum Depression Cause
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Learn The Truth

Get useful and accurate information about perinatal mood and postpartum depression

  • Stamp out the stigma
  • The truth
  • Symptoms

Join the network

We educate mothers during antenatals and postnatals about Postpartum Depression and Related illness. We offer Free Postpartum Depression Screening.
  • We would love to visit your hospital
  • We would love you as a volunteer
  • We would love to partner with you

Get help

It is okay to not feel okay, postpartum depression does not make you a bad mom.

What's New?

Find out what’s new!

Read stories and see pictures of our recent outreach programs. Find information about our social media campaigns and read as mothers share their battle with postpartum depression and other PMAD’s.

Become a Volunteer

A team of young amazing volunteers have worked tirelessly to help raise awareness by educating mothers and providing them social support while also helping them get professional help. Consciousness is rising, and we need you to join us on this ground-breaking and potentially life saving work!! Join our amazing team. Join us help hundreds of mothers in Africa.

Africa’s Largest Postpartum Depression Cause

  • Postpartum depression is the most common complication of child birth.
  • Postpartum depression affects 1 in 7 mothers.
  • Children of mothers who have untreated PPD are more likely to have emotional and behavioral problems.
  • Left untreated postpartum depression could lead to suicide.

  • When the sums just won’t add up, I’d plug in my earpiece and sing along as my favourite songs played. Life is an ever changing phase. You just have to flow with the tide. At age 33, I was ...

Africa’s Largest Postpartum Depression Cause
Did you know? 1 in 7 women suffer from postpartum depression