Healing in Harmony's first vlog

Healing in Harmony's second vlog

Healing in Harmony's third vlog

Panzi-MMM Scale

The Healing in Harmony music therapy program improves upon traditional techniques, respecting each participant’s agency over their own experiences and creative processes to support the recovery of GBV victims.

The power of partnerships: Panzi Foundation & Make Music Matter Scale Vlog #3


The power of partnerships on our journey to scale Recently on our journey to scale it’s become apparent that unlike many other sectors, the humanitarian sector rarely works with or…

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Local songs with a global voice


Local songs with a global voice: Resilience through Music Therapy in Eastern Congo By Frances Hill, Effective Partnerships Manager, Elrha, and mentor to the Healing in Harmony project through Elrha’s…

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Artists not patients


One of the cornerstones of the Healing in Harmony model is the treatment of our beneficiaries as artists. We strongly feel that the role of the artist in society can…

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Panzi Foundation & Make Music Matter: Scale Vlog #2


Since we last caught up with them Panzi Foundation have been focusing on expanding their music therapy programme for gender-based violence (GBV) survivors, Healing in Harmony, building a new music studio…

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Launch in Rural DRC


After returning from my most recent trip to our sites in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) I am thrilled to report on two major components of our Journey…

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Panzi Foundation’s first vlog on the #JourneytoScale


Panzi Foundation and Make Music Matter aim to scale up their music therapy programme to gender-based violence (GBV) survivors across the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Journey to Scale Begins!


I recently returned from my latest mission to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and am more excited than ever that we are launching the next phase of our…

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