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WHO MiNDbank: More inclusiveness needed in disability and development

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Image shows logo of the QualityRights campaign, a globe with the letters QR in its center. WHO MiNDbank is an online platform bringing together country and international resources, covering mental health, substance abuse, disability, general health, human rights and development, which aims to facilitate dialogue, advocacy and research, in order to promote reform in these areas in line with international human rights and best practice standards.

This platform is part of WHO’s QualityRights campaign to end violations against people with mental disabilities. It is an invaluable tool, which holds over 4000 documents from more than 170 countries, with more to come.

If you are a policy-maker, planner, legislator, parliamentarian, advocacy group, nongovernmental organization, organization for persons with disabilities, researcher, academic or education and training center, WHO MiNDbank will provide you with quick access to international resources and national/regional-level policies, strategies, laws and service standards. 

MiNDbank is the only single point globally to access all comprehensive information related to mental health, substance abuse, disability, general health, human rights and development.

Visit the WHO MiNDbank online database

Statistiques

Dans la Région de la Méditerranée orientale :

les troubles mentaux et neurologiques sont responsables de 12 % de l'ensemble des années de vie corrigées de l'incapacité perdues du fait de la maladie ou du traumatisme

les troubles de la santé mentale sont à l'origine de 27 % des années vécues avec une incapacité

les toxicomanies représentent une perte de 4 années de vie corrigées de l'incapacité (pour 1 000 personnes)

les toxicomanies causent 9 décès sur 100 000 personnes

la consommation totale d'alcool par adulte (dès 15 ans) et par an est faible (0,65 litre alors que la moyenne mondiale est de 6,13 litres)