• Mainstreaming mental health in Ethiopia

    Government commitment and the establishment of strong partnerships has enabled Ethiopia to bring mental health services to many who previously had no access at all.

  • China to Survey Children Left Behind by Migrant Workers

    The Chinese government plans to conduct the country’s first comprehensive survey of rural children left behind by parents who have migrated to cities in search of work, the China Youth Daily has reported.

  • Mental health services in Liberia: building back better

    As many as 1 in 5 Liberians suffer a mild to moderate mental disorder, according to WHO estimates, yet the country has only one registered psychiatrist and, until recently, the vast majority of health workers had a limited understanding of mental illness. This is changing however, as WHO and partners are helping to equip health workers across the country with the skills to provide front-line care for people with mental illness.

  • E-Mental Health in Lebanon

    Fondation D´Harcourt implements a new e-mental health project in Lebanon, a cost-effective and scalable intervention for anxiety and depression.

  • Gregoire Ahongbonon: Freeing people chained for being ill

    For almost 30 years, Gregoire Ahongbonon, a former mechanic from Benin, has helped thousands of West Africans affected by mental illnesses, caring for them in residential centres run by his charity, the Saint Camille association. Above all else, he is determined to stop the practice of keeping mentally ill people in chains.

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