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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: Compañeros En Salud

As part of our blog series in celebration of 2017 World Health Day on depression, the team behind Compañeros en Salud (Partners in Health, Mexico) talks about the ideas behind its innovation.
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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: Frugal Innovations (MAC-FI)

As part of our blog series in celebration of 2017 World Health Day on depression, the team behind “Frugal Innovations” (MAC-FI) describes ways for promoting mental health among adults and children.
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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: Pathway through Care

As part of our blog series celebrating 2017 World Health Day on depression, the team behind TeenMentalHealth.Org talks about the ideas behind their Pathway through Care model.
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: Mental Health Scale Up Nigeria (mhSUN)

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovators to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: Aro Primary Care Mental Health Programme, Nigeria

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovators to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: Mental Health Coalition, Sierra Leone

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovators to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: PRIME South Africa

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovators to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: Intervention Addressing Perinatal Depression in Rwanda

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovators to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: StrongMinds, Uganda

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovators to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: The Biaber Project, Ethiopia

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovations to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African Innovations: Khuluma Project

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovators to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: European Alliance Against Depression

As part of our blog series in celebration of 2017 World Health Day on depression, the team behind the European Alliance Against Depression talks about the ideas behind their innovation.
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: Perinatal Mental Health Project, South Africa

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovations to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: Going Off, Growing Strong

As part of our blog series celebrating 2017 World Health Day on depression, the team behind ‘Going Off, Growing Strong’ in Nunatsiavut, Canada discuss the ideas behind their innovation.
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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: Blended Care in Haiti

As part of our blog series celebrating 2017 World Health Day on depression, Akwatu Khenti from CAMH discusses the ideas behind his innovation: Blended Care in Haiti - Spiritual Leaders and CBT.
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring African innovations: An Integrated Approach to Youth Depression, Malawi and Tanzania

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovations to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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[#WHD2017 Africa Blog Series] Inspiring innovations: Facilitating MHPSS in the Ebola Crisis, Sierra Leone

To celebrate World Health Day on April 7th, 2017, we've asked African mental health innovations to share with us the ideas behind their innovations as part of our blog series under the theme "Depression, Let's Talk".
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The challenge of monitoring and evaluating psychosocial support

Louise Juul Hansen summarises the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)'s new tool, the Psychosocial Monitoring and Evaluation Framework.
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Voices from the field: Mental health and primary care in Benue State, Nigeria

Philip Ode shares his experiences as Project Coordinator of the Benue State Comprehensive Community Mental Health Programme in Nigeria, which is rapidly scaling up mental health services in primary care facilities.
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Evidence in the face of adversity: studying psychological interventions in humanitarian settings

Communities affected by adversity, including those facing challenges caused by major humanitarian emergencies, need effective psychological interventions but there is a lack of practical and available tools to help large numbers of people.
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