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Strategy and Work plan for Community Based Activities in Mental Health in Bangladesh 2006-2015

National Institute of Mental Health; Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Bangladesh 31 December 2006 Policy document mental health service, primary care, strategy

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The Objectives of this document are to;

- Discuss current status of Community Based Activities in mental health in Bangladesh, considering the background situation in other countries world wide

- To review the proposed strategy and plan for community based activities in Bangladesh

- Bringing recommendations to develop a Bangladesh specific strategy and plan for Community Based Activities in mental health.


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