No More Fake Smiles 

Our mission is to provide easy and accessible information on mental health to prevent stigma towards different mental illnesses. 

Project Fmile

Our Activities


Webinars and Podcasts

We organize webinars and podcasts where we invite guest panelists to talk about various mental health related issues. 

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Zines and Articles

We are developing learning material to help people understand mental health better. The materials will be in form of zines and articles. 


Social Media

We curate social media content to educate and inform of mental health and tips on how maintain or attain a healthier mind. 

Media Feature

The coronavirus pandemic has been tough on everyone and teenage girls in the US have faced particular difficulties, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The proportion of mental health-related emergency department visits among adolescents aged 12–17 years increased 31 percent in 2020 compared with the same period in 2019, the report said. Visits for suspected suicide attempts among girls aged 12-17 then jumped 50 percent from February to March 2021 compared to the same period in 2019. The increase among boys the same age over the same period was just 3.7 percent. The disturbing trend doesn’t only affect US teenagers. According to data from the Kids Helpline, an Australian counselling service, suicide attempts among teens in the state of Victoria jumped 184 percent in the last six months. So why the huge spike? Many experts say the pandemic is largely to blame. The teenage years are an important developmental period and forced isolation has left many young people vulnerable to feelings of loneliness and depression. The pandemic has also taken a toll on ways to address the problem with limited access to mental health resources. In this episode of The Stream, we sit down with mental health experts to talk about the rise in teen suicide attempts and ask them what resources are available to help. 

– Al Jazeera (2021)

Our Partners

Oasis Speciality Hospital

A mental health care facility committed to the delivery and provision of quality, holistic inpatient and outpatient mental health care services.




Kenya Psychiatric Association

The Kenya Psychiatric Association is a professional association registered with the Registrar of Societies in 1986 as a non-political, non-religious and non-profit making organization.