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Countries with updated mental health policy/plan by WHO region 2013

This statistic displays the percentage of countries that have stated that they have updated their mental health policy or plan in the last five years, since 2013, by (WHO) region. Some 76 percent of countries in the Eastern Mediterranean region had updated their mental health plan within this period. A mental health policy is an official statement by the government or health authority that details strategies, such as budget and timeframe, to reach the objectives of the policy.

Percentage of countries with an updated mental health policy in last 5 years (since 2013), by WHO region

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June 2018



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as of 2017

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