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by Web Admin on October 9, 2021.

The overall objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on people’s mental health. Some groups, including health and other frontline workers, students, people living alone, and those with pre-existing mental health conditions, have been particularly affected. And services for mental, neurological and substance use disorders have been significantly disrupted.

Yet there is cause for optimism. During the World Health Assembly in May 2021, governments from around the world recognized the need to scale up quality mental health services at all levels. And some countries have found new ways of providing mental health care to their populations.

Campaign slogan

Mental health care for all: let’s make it a reality



What can I do to improve my mental health and well-being? Here are some ideas;

  • Make promise to play with your child or pet
  • Explore a new hobby
  • Bake something yummy or at least try
  • Eat well and be healthy
  • Find joy in simple things
  • Call or text or write a family member or a friend
  • Do some exercise

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