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WHO proMIND Gambia: Effective and humane mental health treatment and care for all

World Health Organization Country Resources WHO Country Profiles: Mental Health in Development (WHO proMIND) Gambia 7 May 2007 Report human rights, mental health treatment

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This document includes a description of The Gambia's mental health priorities and their work in partnership with WHO to improve the treatment and human rights of people with mental disabilities.

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