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                                  Global Network for Research in
                                  Mental and Neurological Health
                 Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries



MEETING OF THE REGIONAL COORDINATORS
WASHINGTON, DC, WORLD BANK, 7 - 9 NOVEMBER 2003



                                                                                     Minutes



1   Opening ............................................................................................................................................................................ 3
2   Background ...................................................................................................................................................................... 3
3   Objectives of the meeting ............................................................................................................................................... 4
4   Review of work since the last meeting of regional Coordinators ................................................................................. 4
    4.1             Consolidation of past achievements .............................................................................................................. 4

    4.2             Legal status ..................................................................................................................................................... 4

    4.3             Fund raising ..................................................................................................................................................... 4

5   Priority setting and programme development at regional and country level ............................................................... 4
6   Broadening the coverage of the Network ...................................................................................................................... 6
7   The appearance of the Network ..................................................................................................................................... 6
    7.1             The mission statement.................................................................................................................................... 6

    7.2             Promotional material ....................................................................................................................................... 7

    7.3             The Network’s website .................................................................................................................................... 7

    7.4             The letter head ................................................................................................................................................ 7

8   Specific activities to be carried out in the immediate future.......................................................................................... 7
    8.1             Application and further development of existing tools and instruments ....................................................... 7

    8.2             New activities of high priority .......................................................................................................................... 8

9   Strengthening the Network’s managerial capacity, including fund raising .................................................................. 9
    9.1             Fund raising activities ...................................................................................................................................... 9

                     9.1.1 Grand Challenges in Global Health.................................................................................................. 10

                     9.1.2 Japan Social Development Fund ..................................................................................................... 10

                     9.1.3 Other considerations ......................................................................................................................... 11

    9.2             The legal registration of the Global Network................................................................................................ 11
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9.3       Capacity building in research management ................................................................................................ 11

9.4       The Consultative Committee ........................................................................................................................ 12

Appendix 1 - Agenda

Appendix 2 - Participants

Appendix 3 – Publications

Appendix 4 – Draft Agenda of Regional Meetings

Appendix 5 – The draft leaflet

Appendix 6 – Letter Head

Appendix 7 – Draft list of projects

Appendix 8 – Integration of MNH into PHC

Appendix 9 – Fund raising

Appendix 10 – Japan Social Development Fund

Appendix 11 – Consultative Committee




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1 Opening
Dr. F. Baingana, Senior Health Specialist, World Bank, opened the meeting and welcomed the
participants. The World Bank fully supports the Global Network for Research in Mental and
Neurological Health and its objectives. It sets an example of an interdisciplinary (mental and
neurological health) and multisectoral (academia, health and social services, government, clients and
their families, and other sectors of society) collaboration both in developing and developed countries,
which is seen as an important contribution to fighting poverty.

Prof. Mubbashar, chairman of the Global Network, thanked Dr. Florence Baingana for her continuous
support of the Network and for providing World Bank facilities for the meeting. He also expressed his
appreciation for the support that the Center for Mental Health Services (through Dr. Ron
Manderscheid) was able to provide, and he thanked Mr. Walter Gulbinat for preparing the meeting.

Dr. M. Mubbashar chaired the meeting. Mr. W. Gulbinat agreed to act as rapporteur. The Group
adopted the agenda (Appendix 1). Appendix 2 shows the list of participants.

2 Background
The Global Network for Research in Mental and Neurological Health was established on the occasion
of its inaugural meeting in October 2001. It is a result of two major initiatives:

               The International Consortium for Mental Health Policy and Services
          The report on "Neurological, Psychiatric and Developmental Disorders: Meeting the
           Challenge in the Developing World", published in 2001 by the Institute of Medicine,
           Academy of Sciences, USA1
It is in consonance with

            WHO’s mental health global action programme (mhGAP), and
       The recommendations of the World Health Report 2001 (devoted to mental health, including
          neurological disorders)
The International Consortium dealt with issues of research related to mental health policy and, in
particular, to the development of methods and instruments. After the successful achievement of is
objectives, the collaborating centres decided to broaden the scope of their work in several ways: by
including nervous system disorders, by addressing research issues beyond mental health policy, and
by inviting further stakeholders. The (current) collaborating institutions are shown in Appendix 6.

The goal of the Global Network is to make strategic contributions to the promotion, improvement and
protection of global mental and neurological health and the reduction of the global burden of mental
and neurological disorder by

            Forging international links between government policy and research in order to sensitize
             governments and policy makers around the world to the public health burden of mental
             neurological illness and to support the development of locally appropriate strategic policies,
             their implementation and evaluation;
            Improving of good practice and understanding about mental and neurological health and
             mental and neurological disorders at an international level, by developing epidemiology,
             classification, good practice guidelines, and evidence based interventions;
            Utilizing the intellectual resources of the Network;
      Collaborating with other key international and national agencies with a similar goal.
The Network’s focus is on research issues of high public health importance targeted at poor
populations (in all countries).

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    Both activities were initiated and supported by the Global Forum for Health Research
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3 Objectives of the meeting
The Group met to

        Review progress of work over the last 12 months
       Agree on a work plan and its implementation. More specifically, to agree on
Mechanisms for priority setting and programme development at regional and country level
Broadening the coverage of the Network
Inviting requests for proposals commensurate with the Network’s overall objectives;
Specific activities to be carried out in the immediate future
        Decide on ways for strengthening the Network’s managerial capacity, including fund raising
         to achieving its overall objectives
4 Review of work since the last meeting of regional Coordinators
4.1 Consolidation of past achievements
Over a two-years period, the network produced the key elements of a national mental health policy;
provided tools and methods for assessing a country’s current mental health status (context, needs and
demands, programmes, services and care and outcomes); established a global network of expertise, i.e.
institutions and experts, for use by countries wishing to reform their mental health policy, services and
care; and generated guidelines and examples for upgrading mental health policy with due regard to the
existing mental health delivery system and demographic, cultural and economic factors. This material
has been consolidated and accepted for publication in the International Review of Psychiatry, vol 16,
1-2, 2004. The list of editors and the table of contents of this double edition are shown in Appendix 3.
The regional coordinating centre for Latin America, Chile, agreed to translate the set of papers into
Spanish and arrange for the publication in Spanish language journals.

4.2 Legal status
In 2003, the Global network has reached legal status: it was registered as a non-profit corporation in
USA (in the State of Delaware). An application to the US Internal Revenue Service for tax-exempt
status [501 (c) 3] has been filed. The Group expressed its particular thanks to Prof. D. Silberberg.
Without his help, expertise and persistence this could not have been achieved within the time frame
and limited resources at the Network’s disposal.

4.3 Fund raising
The Network, in early 2003, compiled a proposal for funding and in particular, for strengthening its
capacity to function as an international NGO. The proposal has been accepted. Funding will be
provided by the Global Forum for Health Research, the Center for Mental Health Services (USA),
Association Internationale pour la Recherche et l'Enseignment en Neurosciences (AIREN), the
Governments of the participating institutions, and by private donors.

5 Priority setting and programme development at regional and country
  level
Meetings will be organized in the six Regions. During the period until end of 2004, the Regional
Groups and their meetings are seen as the driving force for the work of the Global Network. The main
function of those meetings is regional priority setting in the fields of mental and neurological health
research, based upon the broad programme of work agreed upon on the occasion of the meeting of the
Regional Coordinators in October 2002. For each Region, requests for proposals will be formulated
and institutions in the respective Regions will be invited to send letters of intent.

There was agreement on the objectives of the regional meetings:


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      Review past achievements of the Global Network for Research in Mental and Neurological
       Health, and related initiatives2
      Review the current situation in the field of mental and neurological health (MNH), identify
       MNH priorities for research, and assess the MNH research capacity in the countries of the
       Region
      Agree on ways for strengthening the Global Network, and, in particular, identifying local
       funding opportunities for MNH research and training
      Review collaborative, managerial, budgetary and administrative options, and agree on a plan of
       work and time line
The table below shows tentative dates and places of the meetings.

                                                  Regional Meetings
                                          Tentative Places and Dates in 2004


Region                    City                Country             Date              Coordinator(s)              Remarks

South East Asian          New Delhi           India               20 – 21           Sudhir
Region (SEAR)                                                     January           Khandelwal
African Region            Cotonou             Benin               09 – 10           John Mayeya,                Linked with the 16th
(AFR)                                                             March             Michel Dumas                Congress of the Pan
                                                                                                                African Association
                                                                                                                of Neurological
                                                                                                                Sciences (11-13
                                                                                                                March)
Eastern                   Lahore              Pakistan            April             Malik
Mediterranean                                                                       Mubbashar
Region (EMR)

Western Pacific           Manila              Philippines         End of            Bernardo Conde
Region (WPR)                                                      May

American Region           Panama              Panama              June              Carmen Lopez,               Date to be discussed
(AMR)                     City                                                      Marcelo Cruz                with Minister of
                                                                                                                Health

European Region           Sofia               Bulgaria            June              Toma Tomov
(EUR)



The following was noted:

       (A)       The tentative budget for a Regional Meeting is US$ 10,000. The Regional Coordinator is
                 encouraged to raise additional funds.
       (B)       Efforts will be made to link Regional Meetings with other regional events to increase the
                 visibility of the Global Network and to maximize participation at minimal costs.
       (C)       The Regional Coordinator will draft a list of participants and the provisional agenda and
                 share it – through the Executive Secretary - with the other members of the Global
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              Such as the International Consortium on Mental Health Policy and Services, and the report "Neurological, Psychiatric and
             Developmental Disorders: Meeting the Challenge in the Developing World" published in 2001 by the Institute of Medicine (IOM),
             Academy of Sciences, USA
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             Network. A draft provisional agenda is attached and may serve as a guideline (Appendix
             4).
       (D)   Any member of the meeting of the Regional Coordinators (Washington DC, 7 – 9
             November 2003) is welcome to participate in any of the Regional Meetings provided that
             (s)he finds his/her own funding to cover all travel related costs.
       (E)   The Regional Coordinators will get in contact with the regional representatives of WHO,
             the World Bank and other intergovernmental organizations to explore their availability
             for the meetings.
       (F)   Mr. John Mayeya will discuss meeting arrangements with the organizers of the 16th
             Congress of the Pan African Association of Neurological Sciences (11-13 March). Dr.
             Michel Dumas kindly agreed to facilitate communication.
       (G)   Dr. B. Conde felt that he may be in the position to raise sufficient funds for his Regional
             Meeting in Manila so that he may not need the full $10,000.
       (H)   The Network’s Secretariat (Mr. W. Gulbinat) will prepare official letters to Ministries of
             Health or other authorities as required. The Regional Coordinators will inform Mr.
             Gulbinat to whom such letters will have to be addressed and will to him send appropriate
             drafts of such letters. The letters will be signed by the Global Networks Chairman, Dr. M.
             Mubbashar. Mr. Gulbinat will arrange for this.
6 Broadening the coverage of the Network
There was agreement that the Network’s relevance for its participating institutions, but also
internationally would be strengthened if it would expand geographically, in terms of expertise, and
regarding stakeholder representation.

In previous meetings, the Group had discussed ways to strengthen the Network’s capacity to meet
countries’ needs in the field of neurology. The Group had hoped to achieve this by finding the
commitment of institutions of excellence prepared to join the Network and to act as neurological
resource centres. Furthermore, institutions, particularly in developing countries, should be encouraged
to join the Network that do have a strong interest and a clear potential for developing neurological
expertise commensurate with the needs of the poor.

The Group was fortunate to obtain (apart from Dr. D. Silberberg) the collaboration of other
outstanding experts in the field of neurology: Drs M. Cruz, M. Dumas, G. Tennekoon, and M. Durkin.
The Group was also privileged to find the support and the collaboration of Dr. L. Bolis.

The Regional meeting for Africa is now planned to take place in Cotonou linked in time and place with
the 16th Congress of the Pan African Association of Neurological Sciences (11-13 March). Dr. Dumas
will also invite leading psychiatrists from francophone African countries. This will be an excellent
opportunity to establish new contacts hopefully leading to an expansion of the Network both in the
field of neurology, and in terms of language representation.

Efforts will be made by all members of the Group to introduce and present results of the Network on
the occasion of national or international conferences. For example, Drs Conde plans to invite
Khandelwal to take part in the 9th Convention of the Asean Forum of Mental Health (Manila,
December 3 - 6, 2003) for presenting a paper on the achievements of the Network.

7 The appearance of the Network
7.1 The mission statement
Based upon discussions during this and the previous meeting of Regional Coordinators, agreement was
achieved on the following text:

      To support key research and implementation of needed services for mental and neurological
       disorders in poor populations,
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      to reduce the long-term cost of mental and neurological disabilities, and

      to foster the development and implementation of basic local infrastructure to carry out these
       tasks.

These goals will be achieved through translation of research and policy into action, capacity building,
and promotion of sustainability.

7.2 Promotional material
There was agreement that a leaflet should be generated describing the network and its activities. Mr.
Gulbinat was asked to produce a first draft containing the main facts. Dr. Khandelwal volunteered to
deal with graphical and related aspects. The first draft on which Dr. Khandelwal will work is attached
(Appendix 5).

7.3 The Network’s website
Dr. Jenkins informed the Group about the status of work on a website for the Global Network, which
also incorporates pertinent sections of the website of the former International Consortium for Mental
Health Policy and Services. The technical aspects of the new site are dealt with under a contract with a
professional website developer. Eventually, the site will be accessible under the name www.mental-
neurological-health.net. Currently, this URL points to an early draft that is being revised.

7.4 The letter head
The Network’s letter had was reviewed and updated. It is shown in Appendix 6. It may be used for
official correspondence on Network matters.

8 Specific activities to be carried out in the immediate future
8.1 Application and further development of existing tools and
    instruments
The Group discussed the application and further development of tools and instruments developed so
far by the Global Network (and the former International Consortium for Mental Health Policy and
Services).

The most important instruments developed so far by the International Consortium and the Global
Network are the Mental Health Country Profile and the Mental Health Policy Template. Both
instruments deal primarily with mental health issues and have not been used for neurological health.
Drs Cruz, Dumas and Silberberg agreed to assess the material with the intention to incorporate
neurological components as appropriate. Mr. Gulbinat will provide them with copies of the
corresponding CD-ROMs. Mr Gulbinat will also send such copies to Dr. Mohit. In this context the
question was raised whether there should be two coordinators at regional and country level – one with
a focus on mental health, and one dealing with neurological health. The Group felt that there was no
need for a formal decision at this stage. Things may evolve gradually, both in countries and the regions
and the Network is flexible enough to react to new needs when they arise.

The questions was raised whether - and if so at which intervals – Mental Health Country Profile should
be updated. There was agreement that the Mental Health Country Profile summarizes the information
needed for mental health programme development and evaluation at country level. It is, hence, up to a
country to decide at what point in time an update is needed.

It was noted that health programmes, health sector reforms, or poverty reduction programmes,
typically, are integrated programmes. It is, hence, unlikely that a Mental Health Country Profile will be
used in its original format (which by necessity is of vertical nature). Nevertheless, the Profile contains
all the information needed for integrating mental health in such horizontal programmes.


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As far as the Mental Health Policy Template is concerned, Dr. Harvey Whiteford has initiated a review
of country experiences with this instrument.

In the Group’s discussions on issues of data collection great emphasis was laid on the need to link data
collection processes and instruments with appropriate training. Without such training the reliability of
the data may be questionable. An example was given: Over a number of years, EMRO had compiled
detailed mental health country profiles for most of its member states. When countries were approached
by WHO to provide mental health information in the context of the World Health Report 2001
(information also used for compiling the WHO Mental health Atlas project) it turned out that both data
sets were not compatible.

Egypt and Iran, originally, had planned to take part in the Mental Health Country Profile exercises. For
various reasons, however, the work could not proceed as hoped. Drs Mohit and Jenkins felt that the
chances were good for both countries to complete this work. The will get in touch with the pertinent
institutions to discuss the matter.

8.2 New activities of high priority
The Group revisited the programme of work outlined on the occasion of its meeting in Washington DC
(7 – 9 October 2002). The Group also reviewed the recommendations of the IOM Report3 ad
established a consolidated list which is appended (Appendix 7). It will be the task of the Regional
Meetings to adapt this programme to the specific needs of the respective Regions and countries.
However, the group identified a number of activities of high priority in all Regions. Work on those
could either begin immediately or upon receipt of funds. The list includes:

Mental and neurological health in the workplace

          Discussions have taken place already with a number of multinational corporations with the aim
          to launch an international project on mental and neurological health in the workplace. Many
          such companies do have Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) or similar mechanisms,
          usually designed for the workforce at companies’ headquarters in industrialized countries. The
          adaptation to populations of different socio-cultural and –economic background is seen as a
          priority. Given the leadership roles of multinational corporations in the countries in which they
          operate pertinent research may have highest impact on mental and neurological health of the
          workforce in developing countries, far beyond the employees of the branches of such
          corporations.

Evaluation of country integration of mental and neurological health into primary health care

          The project is designed to evaluate the degree to which assessment and treatment of mental and
          neurological health are integrated into primary care in a variety of low and middle income
          countries, to evaluate the outcomes achieved, and to draw lessons for improving the integration.
          An outline of a pertinent project proposal is included as Appendix 8)




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 "Neurological, Psychiatric and Developmental Disorders: Meeting the Challenge in the Developing World", published in 2001 by the Institute of
Medicine, Academy of Sciences, USA
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Capacity building in mental and neurological health

          Establishment of Centres of Excellence for Research and Training in Neurology and Mental
          Health: this project complies with the IOM4 recommendations on capacity building in
          developing countries. Fund raising will be an important component of this activity. Once the
          source of funding is secured (e. g. FAD Loans provided by the Spanish Government, see
          section 9.1.3 below) the Network will contact interested governments in setting up such centres
          and act as consultants to oversee implementation.

Leadership training

          In spite of the fact that cost-effective interventions exist for many years, services in many
          developing countries are grossly inadequate for patients suffering from mental or neurological
          disorders. The Group identified as one of the main reason for this fact the inability or lack of
          interest of mental health professionals to effectively communicate with pertinent decision
          makers both nationally and internationally. Hence, leadership training programmes in the fields
          of mental health and neurological health will have to be developed.

Essential drugs in neurology

          Existing drafts (produced by WHO Collaborating Centres) should be finalized without delay,
          published and disseminated widely.

Development of mental and neurological literacy material

          A set of documents will be compiled for essential reading and other material for mental and
          neurological health service provision in developing countries.

Evaluation and assessment of burden of mental and neurological disorders, and cost-effective
treatment strategy

Prevention of developmental disabilities and enhancing children’s (cognitive) functioning

Documentation of the living conditions of people suffering from mental and neurological
disorders

          Documentation – from the perspective of mental and neurological health - of the conditions in
          mental hospitals, refugee camps, and prisons.

          Hospital censuses will be conducted, particularly in traditional, long-stay institutions.

          Visual material will be compiled (for the promotion of mental and neurological health, fund
          raising etc) and disseminated widely.

9 Strengthening the Network’s managerial capacity, including fund
  raising
9.1 Fund raising activities
The Group reviewed various means for fund raising. There was agreement that fund raising remains a
high priority activity for the Network as the Network’s future totally depends on its ability to mobilize
resources for its work programme. Participants made commitments for spending time and efforts in
2004 to this end. Appendix 9 summarizes who will take the lead in contacting potential donors.



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 Institute of Medicine, Academy of Sciences, USA - on "Neurological, Psychiatric and Developmental Disorders: Meeting the Challenge in the
Developing World"
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The Group’s particular attention was drawn to two pertinent programme announcements: Grand
Challenges in Global Health, and an announcement by the Japan Social Development Fund.

          9.1.1 Grand Challenges in Global Health
An invitation issued by NIH, USA, for submitting letters of intent on Grand Challenges in Global
Health. Supported by the Mill & Melinda Gates Foundation 14 critical scientific and technological
research problems have been identified for which funding will become available. The Group felt that it
had the capacity to respond to Grand Challenge #13 “Develop technologies that permit quantitative
assessment of population health status in developing countries”.

The deadline for letters of intent to receive NIH is 9 January 2004. The Group welcomed the
willingness of Dr. Carole Siegel, Director, Center for the Study of Public Mental Health, N. Kline
Institute for Psychiatric Research, Orangeburg, New York, USA, to assist the Network in drafting the
letter of intent. Mr. W. Gulbinat was requested to work with Dr. Siegel on behalf of the Network. The
Group felt, however, that the chances for funding might be higher if the proposal were signed by a
Principal Investigator (PI) from the USA. Dr. Silberberg volunteered to study the announcement
carefully and to consider assuming such a role.

          9.1.2 Japan Social Development Fund
Dr. F. Baingana informed the Group about the Japan Social Development Fund. The group felt that
this would provide an excellent opportunity to seek funding for the Network’s work. Details in regard
to policy guidelines and program allocation are provided in Appendix 10.

The Network will apply for a capacity development grant with a focus on national NGO’s. Dr. Jenkins
will prepare a one page summary required at this stage for submission to the World Bank (Dr. F.
Baingana). The point will be made that the Global Network has access to a series of countries prepared
to collaborate. Joint work- and training programmes could be organized.

The following information will have to be compiled on the countries to be included in the project
proposal:

       [1]   Name and address of the Global network’s country coordinator

       [2]   Information on an NGO that will qualify for collaboration (name, objectives, date of
             establishment)

       [3]   Name and address of the focal point for mental and neurological health in the Ministry of
             Health

       [4]   The Network’s Regional Coordinator will brief 1. – 3. about the project.

       [5]   A concise statement about this briefing will be needed.

The table below shows the countries to be included and the name of the Network’s Regional
Coordinator who will act as focal point in compiling the information and on briefing the people
involved:

 Region         Country                                            Global Network’s focal point
 AFR            Benin                                              M. Dumas
                Kenya                                              R. Jenkins
                Senegal                                            M. Dumas
                Tanzania                                           R. Jenkins
                Zambia                                             J. Mayeya
 AMR            Chile (the eligibility of Chile needs to be        C. Lopez
                checked)
                Ecuador                                            M. Cruz
                Peru                                               F. Baingana
 EMR            Egypt                                              R. Jenkins
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                Pakistan                                     S. Khandelwal (in contact with M. Mubbashar)
 EUR            Bulgaria
                                                             T. Toma (R. Chichek)
                Georgia
                Rumania
 SEAR           India                                        S. Khandelwal
 WPR            Philippines                                  B. Conde

To meet the deadline the Network’s focal points agreed to provide the required
information almost immediately to Dr. R. Jenkins.

         9.1.3 Other considerations
The Group encouraged Dr. M. Cruz to get in touch with the Spanish Government Agency in charge of
the so-called FAD loans. These loans are granted to developing countries. The aim of Dr. Cruz’s
negotiations would be to secure an investment of 100 million Euro for five years earmarked for the
establishment of Centers of Excellence for Neurology and Mental Health Services. A subcommittee
was established to promote these goals. Members are M. Cruz, M. Dumas, Gulbinat, and D.
Silberberg.

Offers for financial support by wealthy families with members suffering from mental or neurological
disorders are not uncommon. The Global Network should develop the capacity to respond to such
offers. The program of work and the leaflet about the Global Network are expected to be instrumental
in this regard.

It may be easier for the Network to raise funds for specific projects than generating resources without
any restriction regarding their use. It was emphasized, however, that a certain amount of such
unrestricted fund will be required for the Network to function. Examples of such Network functions
are fund raising itself (for which resources are needed), or convening meetings of Regional or Country
Coordinators, or secretariat functions. The Network also hopes to support activities for which it might
be very difficult to obtain dedicated support. For example, the research capacity of the French
language neurology network in Africa is seriously hampered by the lack of basic resources, e. g. to
communicate with research groups in neighbouring countries (lack of funds for communication,
exchange of visits, participation in international congresses). Such activities, hence, will have to be
supported from unrestricted general purpose donations. This aspect will have to be kept in mind in all
negotiations with potential donors.

9.2 The legal registration of the Global Network
Dr. Don Silberberg briefed the Group on the process and the implications of registering the Global
Network as a non-profit corporation in USA. At this stage, the main advantage of this registration as a
legal entity is the ability of the Network to receive and manage funds. As the Network’s activities
increase the Inc. may be used as a management tool; for this to happen more detailed bylaws will have
to be written. There was agreement, however, that this could wait until the need arises.

For the time being, the Inc. needs a Board of Directors; no other members are legally required. The
Board members are Dr. S. Khandelwal (President), Dr. D. Silberberg (Vice-President and Treasurer),
Dr. M. Mubbashar (Chairman of the Meeting of the Regional Coordinators), Mr. W. Gulbinat
(Executive Secretary), and Drs Marcelo Cruz, Michel Dumas, and Rachel Jenkins.

The question was raised whether the Network should be legally registered in other countries as well.
The Group supported felt that should be left to the regional and country coordinators. The Group will
welcome such a step if the work of the Network will be facilitated by such registration, and logistic
support would be provided as far as possible.

9.3 Capacity building in research management
The Group felt that the Global Network should set up an infrastructure allowing Centers to file grant
applications for MNH research to national and regional support institutions and agencies. In the same

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context, the wish was expressed that a core group of experts should be established to teach research
methodology.

Fund raising will be an important activity of the Network in the next 12 months. This will entail
submitting grant applications and research proposals in varying formats to various organizations and
agencies. The Group agreed that this should be seen as “training on the job” with everybody involved.
The success should then be reviewed on the occasion of the next meeting of Regional Coordinators.

9.4 The Consultative Committee
The Consultative Committee was established by the International Consortium for Mental Health Policy
and Services. The Group felt that this Committee should be “reactivated”, i. e. the list of members of
this Committee reviewed and those contacted by the Regional Coordinators who are expected to
contribute to the goals of the Network. The Group was reminded about admission criteria and terms of
reference of the Consultative Committee:

The membership of the Consultative Committee is open to everybody. However, a number of criteria
should be fulfilled. Members should have
        1. a commitment to improving quality and effectiveness of mental & neurological health
           services in developing countries
        2. experience in and a track record of work in mental & neurological health sector
           development
        3. an academic or management position in the above fields
        4. leadership qualities
        5. networking capabilities
        6. access to internet is a must since most of the communication will be via e-mail
The terms of reference are to
           contribute information relevant to the objectives
           critically evaluate the products of the Global Network
           provide advice to the Global Network on meeting its goals and objectives.
Participation on the Consultative Committee will provide an opportunity for members to be a part of
ground breaking work in the area of mental & neurological health research with a focus on low- and
middle-income countries. The data and information generated will also be at the disposal of the
members of the Consultative Committee should they want to be a part of the implementation process.
The list of members of the (former) Consultative Committee is attached (Appendix 11).




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                                                                           Appendix 1 - Agenda


                     Global Network for Research in
                     Mental and Neurological Health
           Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries




         MEETING OF THE REGIONAL COORDINATORS

         WASHINGTON, DC, WORLD BANK, 7 – 9 NOVEMBER 2003



                                                   AGENDA


1   Welcome and opening

2   Adoption of agenda
3   Review of tasks to be achieved under the terms of the grant

4   Review of work since last meeting of Regional Coordinators

5 Programme of work until December 2004
    5.1 Priority setting and programme development at regional and country level
    Note: Defining regional priorities for research, including operational research, in the fields of
    mental and neurological health; preparation for a series of regional meetings

    5.2 Strengthening and expansion of the Global Network
    Note: The Network’s capacity will be further strengthened to meet countries’ needs in the field of
    neurology. Furthermore, in expanding the Network consideration will be given to an appropriate
    representation of institutions in developing and developed countries, efforts will be made to
    improve the language representation, to the strengthening of the representation of (neurological
    and psychiatric) nurses and social workers, and to the institutional affiliation of the groups to be
    invited into the Network.

    5.3 Strengthening the managerial capacity of the Network, including fund
        raising
    Note: Resources are now available for launching an active fund raising programme. Details will
    have to be worked out. Successful fund raising is a prerequisite for the functioning of the Global
    Network in 2005 and beyond.
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    5.4 Inviting requests for proposals (RfP) for conducting research
        commensurate with the overall objectives of the Network
    Note: RfPs will be issued by the end of 2004. Planning should start now.

    5.5 Application and further development of tools and instruments developed so
        far by the Global network (and the former International Consortium for
        Mental Health Policy and Services)

    5.6 The forthcoming meeting of stakeholders: mental & neurological health in
        the workplace

    5.7 The Networks presence and representation at national & international
        events
6   Agreement on specific tasks, responsibilities, and timeline

7   Administrative and managerial issues

    7.1 related to the legal registration of the Global Network
    7.2 Note: (i) Roles and responsibilities of the President of the Global Network,
        Inc., and the Chair of the Network

    7.3 (ii) Roles and responsibilities of other members

    7.4 (iii) Daily management
    7.5 relationship with national, international, and intergovernmental
        organizations

    7.6 budget issues

    7.7 overall coordination and administration
    7.8 other issues

8   Closure




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                                                                                  Appendix 2 - Participants




                                    Global Network for Research in
                                    Mental and Neurological Health
                         Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries


MEETING OF THE REGIONAL COORDINATORS
WASHINGTON, DC, WORLD BANK, 7 – 9 NOVEMBER 2003


                                               LIST OF PARTICIPANTS


Baingana, Dr. Florence                                             Chichek, Mr. Rafael
   Mental Health Specialist                                           Psychologist
   Human Development Network                                          King Simeon street
   World Bank                                                         13, Dynamica Consult LTD
   Health, Population and Nutrition                                   Sofia 1000
   Room G7-038                                                        Bulgaria
   1776, G street, NW                                                 Phone: 00359 (2) 983-1500
   Washington, DC 20433                                               Fax: 00359 (2) 983-1500
   USA                                                                Email: chichec@yahoo.com
   Phone: 001 (202) 458-5939
                                                                   Conde, Dr. Bernardo
   Fax: 001 (202) 522-3489                                            Professor of Neurology & Psychiatry
   Email: fbaingana@worldbank.org                                     Faculty of Medicine and Surgery,
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    Bolis, Dr. Liana                                                  Department of Neurology & Psychiatry
      Professor of General and Comparative Biology                    University of Santo Tomas
      University of Milano                                            Espana, Manila
      Via Balzaretti, 9                                              Philippines
      20133 Milano                                                    Phone: 0063 (2) 740-9725/749-9707    /749-
      Italy                                                           9788
      Phone: 0039 (02) 2048-8319                                      Fax: 0063 (2) 732-0147/740-9725
      Fax: 0039 (02) 2048-8251                                        Email: bconde@surfshop.net.ph
      Email: bolis@mailserver.unimi.it
                                                                   Cruz, Dr. M
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    Caldes d’Almeida, Dr. José                                        Professor of Neurology
      Regional Adviser for Mental Health                              Executive Director
      Pan American Health Organization                                PanAndean Corporation for Research &
      525, 23rd Street, N.W.                                          Development
      Washington, DC 20037                                            Quito
      USA                                                             Ecuador
                                                                      Phone: 00593 (2) 225-1295
                                                                      Fax: 00593 (2) 225-1297
1
                                                                      Email: copid@terra.com
    Invited, but unable to attend

                                                                    1
Dumas, Dr. Michel                               Lopez, Dr. Carmen
  Professor of Neurology                           Chief of the Health of the Persons Division
  Director of Institute of Tropical Neurology      Mental Health Unit
  Faculty of Medecine                              Ministry of Health
  2 rue du Docteur Marcland                        MAC IVER 541
  87025 Limoges Cedex                              Santiago
  France                                           Chile
  Phone: 0033 (5) 5543.5820                        Phone: 0056 (2) 630-0710
  Fax: 0033 (5) 5543.5821                          Fax: 0056 (2) 664-2719
  Email: ient@unilim.fr                            Email: clopez@minsal.gov.cl
Gulbinat, Walter                                Manderscheid, Dr. Ron
   International Health Consultant                Chief, Survey & Analysis Branch
   Fichtenweg 1                                   Division of State and Community Systems
   D-72805 Lichtenstein                           Development
   Germany                                        Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS)
   Phone: 0049 (7122) 820.014                     Room 15C-04
   Fax: 0049 (7122) 820.015                       5600, Fishers Lane
   Email: walter@gulbinat.com                     Rockville, MD 20857
                                                  U.S.A.
Jenkins, Dr Rachel
                                                  Phone: 001 (301) 443-3343
   Director
                                                  Fax: 001 301 443 7926
   WHO Collaborating Centre, and Visiting
                                                  Email: rmanders@samhsa.gov
   Professor
   Institute of Psychiatry                      Mayeya, Mr. John
   De Crespigny Park                              Mental Health Specialist
   Denmark Hill                                   Central Board of Health
   London SE5 8AF                                 Lusaka
   United Kingdom                                 Zambia
   Phone: 0044 (207) 7848-0668                    Phone: 00260 (1) 253.179
   Fax: 0044 (207) 848-0669                       Fax: 00260 (1) 253.173
   Email: spjuraj@iop.kcl.ac.uk                   Email: jmayeya@cboh.org.zm
Khandelwal, Dr. Sudhir                          Mohit, Dr. A.
  Professor of Psychiatry                         Director Health Protection and Promotion
  Department of Psychiatry                        WHO/EMRO
  All India Institute of Medical Sciences         Cairo
  Ansari Nagar                                    Egypt
  New Delhi-110029                                Phone:
  India                                           Fax:
  Phone: 0091 (11) 2659.3675, 2658.9065           Email: MOHITA@emro.who.int
  Fax: 0091 (11) 2658.8663
                                                Mubbashar, Dr. Malik H.
  Email: skhandy@hotmail.com                      Vice-Chancellor
                                                  University of Health Sciences
                                                  Khayaban-e-Jamia Punjap
                                                  Lahore
                                                  Pakistan
                                                  Phone: 0092 (42) 923-0396
                                                  Fax: 0092 (42) 923-1310
                                                  Email: uhs_punjab@yahoo.com



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Ndetei, Dr. David                                            Whiteford, Dr. Harvey
  Professor of Psychiatry                                     Kratzmann Professor of Psychiatry
  University of Nairobi, and                                  University of Queensland
  Director, Africa Mental Health Foundation                   P. O. Box 822
  Nairobi                                                     Toowong QLD 4066
  Kenya                                                       Australia
  Phone: 00254 (722) 518365
  Fax: 00254 (2) 271-6315
  Email: dmndetei@mentalhealthafrica.com                 Conference Officer
Schilder, Dr. Klaas                                      Wilhide, Ms Sheryl
   CEO                                                      Magna Systems, Inc.
   Consortium Center for Public Mental Health               6858 Old Dominion Drive
   Grote Gracht 2C03                                        Suite 200
   NL-6211 SW Maastricht                                    McLean, VA 22101
   Netherlands                                              USA
   Phone: 0031 (64) 5196-903                                Phone: 001 (703) 448-5729
   Fax: 0031 (84) 2226-788                                  Fax: 001 (703) 448-5738
   Email: info@kschilder.nl                                 Email: swilhide@magnasystemsinc.com
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    Siegel, Dr. Carole
       Director, Center for the Study of Public Mental
       Health
       N. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research
       Orangeburg, New York
       USA
       Phone: 001 (914) 698-9289
       Fax: 001 (845) 398-6592
       Email: siegel@nki.rfmh.org
Silberberg, Dr. Donald
    Professor of Neurology
    University of Pennsylvania
    Medical Center
    3 Gates, HUP
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    U.S.A.
    Phone: 001 (215)662-3386
    Fax: 001 (215) 662-3353
    Email: silberbe@mail.med.upenn.edu
Tennekoon, Dr. Gihan
   Chief of the Division
   of Child Neurology of the Children's Hospital
   of Philadelphia
   Philadelphia
   U.S.A.
   Phone: 001 (215) 590-1710
   Fax: 001 (215) 590-3779
   Email: tennekoon@email.chop.edu


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                  Invited, but unable to attend

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                                                                     Appendix 3 – Publications



               Global Network for Research in
               Mental and Neurological Health
    Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries



                       Guest Editor: Dr Rachel Jenkins
                       Professor of Psychiatry and Director
        WHO Collaborating Centre for Research and Training in Mental Health
                              Institute of Psychiatry
                                   London, U.K.

                                           List of co-editors
                    International Review of Psychiatry, vol 16, 1-2, 2004


Dr Florence Baingana                                   Mr. John Mayeya
Senior Health Specialist (Mental Health)               Mental Health Specialist
Human Development Network                              Central Board of Health
Health, Population and Nutrition                       Lusaka, Zambia
World Bank                                             Dr Alberto Minoletti
Washington DC, U.S.A.                                  Director, Mental Health Unit
Mr. Walter Gulbinat                                    Ministry of Health
International Health Consultant                        Santiago, Chile
Global Forum for Health Research                       Dr. Malik H. Mubbashar
c/o World Health Organization                          Professor of Psychiatry and Director
Geneva, Switzerland                                    WHO Collaborating Centre for Research and
Dr. Sudhir Khandelval                                  Training in Mental Health
Professor of Psychiatry                                Rawalpindi Medical College
All India Institute of Medical Sciences                Rawalpindi, Pakistan
New Delhi, India                                       Dr. R. Srinivasa Murthy
Dr. Itzhak Levav                                       Professor of Psychiatry
Special Adviser for Mental Health                      National Institute of Mental Health and
Ministry of Health                                     Neurosciences (NIMHANS)
Dpt. for Information and Evaluation of Mental          Bangalore, India
Health Services                                        Dr M. Deva Parameshvara
Jerusalem, Israel                                      Professor and Head of Department of
Dr Felice Lieh Mak                                     Psychiatry
Professor and Chairperson                              Perak College of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry                               Perak Darul Ridzuan , Malaysia
University of Hong Kong                                Dr. Klaas Schilder
Hong Kong, China                                       Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Ron Manderscheid                                   Consortium Center for Public Mental Health
Chief, Survey and Analysis Branch                      (CCPMH)
Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS)               Maastricht, The Netherlands
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services             Dr. Toma Tomov
Administration (SAMHSA)                                Professor and Chairman
Rockville, U.S.A.                                      Department of Psychiatry
                                                       The Medical University of Sofia
                                                       Sofia, Bulgaria
                                                       Dr. Harvey Whiteford
                                                       Professor of Psychiatry
                                                       University of Queensland
                                                       Brisbane, Australia
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                                      Contents (final draft)


Introduction
The International Consortium on Mental Health Policy and Services: objectives, design and
project implementation
W Gulbinat, R Manderscheid, F Baingana, R Jenkins, S Khandelwal, I Levav, F Lieh Mak, J Mayeya, A
Minoletti, M Mubbashar, R Murthy, P Deva, K Schilder, T Tomov, A Baba, C Townsend, H Whiteford

The Mental Health Policy Template: domains and elements for mental health policy
formulation
C Townsend, H Whiteford, F Baingana, W Gulbinat, R Jenkins, A Baba, F Lieh Mak, R Manderscheid, J
Mayeya, A Minoletti, MH Mubbashar, S Khandelval, K Schilder, T Tomov, M Parameshvara Deva

The appropriateness and use of focus group methodology across international mental health
communities
K Schilder, T Tomov, M Mladenova, J Mayeya, R Jenkins, W Gulbinat, R Manderscheid, F Baingana, H
Whiteford, S Khandelwal, A Minoletti, M Mubbashar, R Murthy, P Deva, A Baba, C Townsend, T Sakuta

The Mental Health Country Profile: background, design and use of a systematic method of
appraisal
R Jenkins, A Baba, A Mohit, F Baingana, W Gulbinat, F Lieh Mak, R Manderscheid, J Mayeya, A Minoletti,
MH Mubbashar, S Khandelval, K Schilder, T Tomov, M Parameshvara Deva, M Harrison

AFRICAN REGION
Kenya country profile
DM Kiima, FG Njenga, MMO Okonji, PA Kigamwa

Uganda country profile
[authors still needed]

Zambia country profile
J Mayeya, RK Chazulwa, PNS Mayeya, L Magolo, A Bowa, F Kasisi, E Mbewe

AMERICAS REGION
Chile country profile
C Lopez [authors still unconfirmed]

EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN REGION
Pakistan country profile
S Karim, R Jenkins, K Saeed, MH Rana, MH Mubasshar



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EUROPEAN REGION
Bulgaria country profile
T Tomov, M Mladenova, M Okoliyski, V Sotirov, I Lazarova

Georgia country profile
G Naneishvili, M Sharashidze, T Silagadze

Lithuania country profile
D Puras, R Povilaitis, A Germanavicius, D Jasilionis, M Veniute

SOUTH-EAST ASIAN REGION
India country profile
SK Khandelwal, HP Jhingan, S Ramesh, RK Gupta, VK Srivastava

Nepal country profile
SK Regmi, SP Ojha, A Pokharel, SP Pradhan, G Chapagain

Thailand country profile
P Siriwanarangsan, W Wongsasulug, S Kumthong, A Udomweerakasem, K Sirivisut, SK Khandelwal

WESTERN PACIFIC REGION
Malaysia country profile
P Deva




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                                 Appendix 4 – Draft Agenda of Regional Meetings




                  Global Network for Research in
                  Mental and Neurological Health
         Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries




         REGIONAL MEETING ON PRIORITY SETTING IN MENTAL
         AND NEUROLOGICAL HEALTH RESEARCH
         NEW DELHI, 20–21 JANUARY 2004



                                      PROVISIONAL AGENDA


9 Opening
  Presentations may be made by key figures in public health

10 The Network
  An introduction will be given about the Global Network for Research in Mental and Neurological
  Health, its identity, role, objectives and plans

11 Review of past work
  IOM report
  Country profile methodology
  The MNH policy template
12 Country presentations
  To be based on a standard format
  Mapping of existing resources (to be based upon Sudhir´s template)
13 Regional situation analysis
14 Priority setting
    14.1 Methods
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            The Combined Approach Matrix (CAM) developed by the Global Forum for Health
            Research
   14.2 The draft programme
            The programme drafted at the meetings of the Regional Coordinators (Washington DC,
            7-9 October 2002 and 7-9 November 2003)
15 Programmes and plans
  In group discussions the draft programme will be adapted to regional and country needs; the CAM
  methodology may be applied

   15.1 Goals

   15.2 Outcomes
   15.3 Activities

   15.4 Products

16 Role of the Consultative Committee
   16.1 Establishment and composition

   16.2 Tasks

17 Fund Raising
18 Future
   18.1 Management, budget, administrative issues

   18.2 Distribution of responsibilities
   18.3 Time line

19 Closing




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                                                                                    Appendix 5 – The draft leaflet


                          Global Network for Research in
                          Mental and Neurological Health
                  Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries




The Mission
    To support key research and implementation of needed services for mental and
      neurological disorders in poor populations,
    to reduce the long-term cost of mental and neurological disabilities, and
    to foster the development and implementation of basic local infrastructure to carry out
      these tasks.
   These goals will be achieved through translation of research and policy into action, capacity
   building, and promotion of sustainability

          Eastern            Region of the             African      Eastern                   Western             South East
         European             Americas                 Region     Mediterranean               Pacific               Asian
          Region                                                     Region                   Region                Region
        Azerbaijan                 Chile                Kenya            Egypt                Malaysia                India
                      1
         Bulgaria                Ecuador              Tanzania            Iran               Philippines              Nepal
          Georgia              Trinidad &              Uganda          Pakistan                                     Thailand
                                Tobago
         Lithuania                                     Zambia
          Ukraine




1
    Countries hosting the Regional Centres are shown in bolt
                                                                            1
Global Network for Research in Mental & Neurological Health, Inc. is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization and international non-governmental
                                                     organization registered in USA
                                      Mailing address: Fichtenweg 1, 72805 Lichtenstein, Germany
                                                                             4 JANUARY 2004


The overall goal of the Global Network is to make strategic contributions to the promotion,
improvement and protection of global mental and neurological health and the reduction of the global
burden of mental and neurological disorder by

      Forging international links between government policy and research in order to sensitize
       governments and policy makers around the world to the public health burden of mental
       neurological illness and to support the development of locally appropriate strategic policies,
       their implementation and evaluation;
      Improving of good practice and understanding about mental and neurological health and
       mental and neurological disorders at an international level, by developing epidemiology,
       classification, good practice guidelines, and evidence based interventions;
      Utilizing the intellectual resources of the Network;
      Collaborating with other key international and national agencies with a similar goal.




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                 Global Network for Research in
                 Mental and Neurological Health
            Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries




REGIONAL AND COUNTRY COORDINATOR
Mubbashar, Dr. Malik H.                              Mayeya, Mr. John
  Chairperson of the Network                           Mental Health Specialist
  Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for               Central Board of Health
  Research and Training in Mental Health               Lusaka, Zambia
  Rawalpindi General Hospital
  Rawalpindi, Pakistan                               Mbatia, Dr. Joseph
                                                       Ministry of Health
Khandelval, Dr. Sudhir                                 Dar es Salam, Tanzania
  President of the Global Network, Inc.
  Professor of Psychiatry                            Ndyanabangi, Dr. Sheilla
  Department of Psychiatry                             Mental Health Coordinator (Principal
  All India Institute of Medical Sciences              Medical Officer)
  New Delhi, India                                     Ministry of Health, Mental Health Section
                                                       Kampala, Uganda
Cruz, Dr. Marcelo
   Professor of Neurology                            Parameshvara, Dr. M. Deva
   Executive Director                                   Professor and Head of Department of
   PanAndean Corporation for Research &                 Psychiatry
   Development                                          Perak College of Medicine
   Quito, Ecuador                                       Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia
Conde, Dr. Bernando                                  Parasram, Dr. Rampersad
   Professor of Psychiatry                              Principal Medical Officer (Institutions)
   University of Medicine and Surgery,                  Ministry of Health
   University of Santo Tomas                            Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
  Manila, Philippines                                Puras, Dr. Dainius
Iourieva, Dr. Lioudmilla                                Chief and Associate Professor
   Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine                              Vilnius University
                                                        Vilnius, Lithuania
Ismailov, Dr. Fuad
   Baku, Azerbaidjan                                 Regmi, Dr. Shishir
                                                        Department of Psychiatry
Kigamwa, Dr. P.                                         Institute of Medicine
   Ministry of Health                                   Kathmandu, Nepal
   Nairobi, Kenya
                                                     Sharashidze, Dr. M.
Lopez, Dr. Carmen                                       Tbilisi, Georgia
   Chief of the Health of the Persons Division
   Ministry of Health                                Tomov, Dr. Toma
   Santiago, Chile                                     Professor of Psychiatry
                                                       Department of Psychiatry, The Medical
                                                      3
                                                                      4 JANUARY 2004
   University of Sofia, University Hospital     Tennekoon, Dr. Gihan
   Sofia, Bulgaria                                 Chief of the Division
                                                   of Child Neurology of the Children's
INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS                    Hospital of Philadelphia
Baingana, Dr. Florence                             Philadelphia, U.S.A.
   Senior Health Specialist (Mental Health)
   Human Development Network, HNP               WHO Collaborating Centre, Institute of
   World Bank                                   Psychiatry, London, U. K.
   Washington, DC, USA
                                                Jenkins, Dr Rachel
Mohit, Dr. A.                                      Director
  Regional Adviser for Mental Health               De Crespigny Park
  EMRO                                             Denmark Hill
  Cairo, Egypt                                     London, U.K.

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL RESOURCE               Consortium Center for Public Mental
CENTRES                                         Health, Maasgricht, Netherlands

Health Foundation University of Nairobi         Schilder, Dr. Klaas
                                                   Cief Executive Officer
Ndetei, Dr. David                                  Maastricht, Netherlands
   Professor of Psychiatry
   University of Nairobi, and                   The N. Kline Institute for Psychiatric
   Director, Africa Mental Health Foundation    Research
  Nairobi, Kenya                                Siegel, Dr. Carole
Center for Mental Health Services,                 Director, Center for the Study of Public
Washington DC, U.S.A.                              Mental Health
                                                   Orangeburg, New York, USA
Manderscheid, Dr. Ron
  Chief, Survey & Analysis Branch               RESEARCH FOUNDATION
  Division of State and Community Systems
  Development                                   Bolis, Dr. Liana
                                                   l´Association Internationale pour la
  Center for Mental Health Sdervices
                                                   Recherche et l'Enseignment en
  Rockville, MD, U.S.A.
                                                   Neurosciences (AIREN)
Institute of Tropical Neurology, Limoge,           Geneva, Switzerland
France
                                                Secretariat
Dumas, Dr. Michel
  Professor of Neurology                        Gulbinat, Walter
  Director of Institute of Tropical Neurology      International Health Consultant
  Faculty of Medecine                              Global Forum for Health Research
  Limoges Cedex, France                            c/o World Health Organization
                                                   Geneva, Switzerland
University of Queensland, Australia
Whiteford, Dr. Harvey
  Kratzmann Professor of Psychiatry
  University of Queensland
  Brisbane, Australia
University of Pennsylvania School of
Medicine, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
Silberberg, Dr. Donald
    Professor of Neurology
    Philadelphia, U.S.A.
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                                                                                                                     Appendix 6 – Letter Head


                                Global Network for Research in Mental and Neurological
                                                       Health
 Organizing Committee
                                        Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries
              Malik Mubbashar
                       Chairperson
                   Vice-Chancellor
      University of Health Sciences
                   Lahore, Pakistan
                                                                                                                                            Country Coordinators
             Sudhir Khandelval
                            President
             Professor of Psychiatry                                                                                                         B. Conde
All India Instit. of Medical Sciences                                                                                                        Manila, Philippines
                     New Delhi, India
                                                                                                                                             L. Iourieva
             Florence Baingana                                                                                                               Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
            Senior Health Specialist
                                                                                                                                             F. Ismailov
                    (Mental Health)
                                                                                                                                             Baku, Azerbaijan
                       World Bank
             Washington, DC, USA                                                                                                             P. Kigamwa
                                                                                                                                             Nairobi, Kenya
                Bernardo Conde
         Professor of Neurology &                                                                                                            J. Mbatia
                        Psychiatry                                                                                                           Tanzania
  Faculty of Medicine and Surgery,                                                                                                           S. Ndyanabangi
       Department of Neurology &                                                                                                             Entebbe, Uganda
                        Psychiatry
        University of Santo Tomas                                                                                                            D. Puras
       Espana, Manila, Philippines                                                                                                           Vilnius, Lithuania
                   Marcelo Cruz                                                                                                              R. Rampersad
           Professor of Neurology                                                                                                            Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
               Executive Director                                                                                                            S. Regmi
        PanAndean Corporation for                                                                                                            Nepal
         Research & Development
                   Quito, Ecuador                                                                                                            M. Sharashidze
                                                                                                                                             Georgia
                 Michel Dumas
                                                                                                                                             P. Siriwanarantsun
         Professor of Neurology                                                                                                              Bangkok, Thailand
         Director of Institute of
            Tropical Neurology                                                                                                              Secretariat
           Faculty of Medecine
         Limoges Cedex, France
                                                                                                                                             Walter Gulbinat
                Rachel Jenkins                                                                                                               Executive Secretary
            Professor of Psychiatry                                                                                                          Former Director
             Institute of Psychiatry                                                                                                         World Health Organization
          London, United Kingdom                                                                                                             Geneva, Switzerland
                  Carmen Lopez
        Chief, Health of the Persons                                                                                                        Mailing Address
                            Division                                                                                                         Fichtenweg 1
                Ministry of Health                                                                                                           D-72805 Lichtenstein
                     Santiago, Chile                                                                                                         Germany
         Ronald Manderscheid                                                                                                                 Tel: +49 (7122) 820.014
                 Chief, Survey and                                                                                                           Fax: +49 (7122) 820.015
                  Analysis Branch                                                                                                            e-mail: W.Gulbinat@World-
 Center for Mental Health Services                                                                                                           Mental-Health.org
 Substance Abuse & Mental Health
           Services Administration                                                                                                          Bank connection
            Washington DC, USA                                                                                                               Bank account 000 879 1378
                    John Mayeya                                                                                                              Mellon Bank NA
           Mental Health Specialist                                                                                                          Swiftcode MELNUS3P
           Central Board of Health                                                                                                           APA routing # 031 0000 37
                   Lusaka, Zambia                                                                                                            1734, Market Street
                                                                                                                                             Philadelphia, PA 19103
                  Klaas Schilder                                                                                                             USA
            Chief Executive Officer
             Consortium Center for
              Public Mental Health
            Maastricht, Netherlands
                    Carole Siegel
   Director, Center for the Study of
              Public Mental Health
   N. Kline Institute for Psychiatric
                            Research
     Orangeburg, New York, USA
              Donald Silberberg
            Professor of Neurology
         University of Pennsylvania
                    Medical Center       Global Network for Research in Mental & Neurological Health, Inc. is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization and international
                 Philadelphia, USA                                          non-governmental organization registered in USA
                    Toma Tomov                                        Mailing address: Fichtenweg 1, 72805 Lichtenstein, Germany
    Professor of Psychiatry Medical
                 University of Sofia
                     Sofia, Bulgaria
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                                                    Appendix 7 – Draft list of projects



                      Global Network for Research in
                      Mental and Neurological Health
             Supported by the World Bank and the governments of the participating countries



          REGIONAL MEETING ON PRIORITY SETTING IN MENTAL
          AND NEUROLOGICAL HEALTH RESEARCH
          NEW DELHI, 20 - 21 JANUARY 2004



                 RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CONSIDERATION


A. Provisional shortlist compiled by the meeting of regional coordinators

   1. Scale of problem
          a. Local estimates of burden
          b. Documentation of conditions in mental and general hospitals, refugee camps
             and prisons
   2. Integration of MNH into PHC
          c. Assessment methods
          d. Treatments
          e. Measurement of outcomes
          f. Methods to improve integration into PHC e.g. Guidelines, supervision,
             information systems
   3. Establish centers of excellence for research and training
   4. Leadership training
   5. Develop MNH library material
   6. Prevention of developmental disabilities and enhancing children’s cognitive functioning
   7. MNH in the workplace

B. Provisional additional list compiled by the meeting of regional coordinators

   8. stigma
   9. country profiles to include neurology, and extend list of countries
   10. disaster response
   11. finalise list of essential neurology drugs and publish
   12. Role of patient and family in delivery and outcome of care
   13. attitudinal changes in health system, nationally and internationally
   14. life skill research
                                                                      4 JANUARY 2004
C. IOM Recommendations

  1.   Developmental Disabilities
        a. Local adaptation of methods to prevent and treat DD- e.g. nutritional
           interventions, vaccination,
        b. Screening and surveillance
        c. Educational policies to ensure affected children have appropriate schooling and
           teachers trained in recognition and treatment
        d. Implement prevention and treatment
        e. Internet to facilitate communication and implementation of good practice
        f. Integrate DD into
                i. child survival PHC interventions,
               ii. maternal and child health care,
              iii. specialist support to PHC
              iv. local rehabilitation programmes
        g. enhance research capacity


  2.   Epilepsy
        a. Education campaigns
        b. Decrease transmission of T Solium teniasis and cysticercosis
        c. Demonstration projects for PHC identification and treatment of epilepsy
        d. Guidelines of training and treatment protocols
        e. Epidemiological research
        f. Operational research
               i. Training PHC and specialist doctors and nurses
              ii. Surgical teams, medicines, surveillance
             iii. Cost outcome analyses
             iv. QUALY and DALY measurement
              v. Socioeconomic determinants and outcome measures
        g. Research causes
               i. Infections
              ii. Genes
        h. Research factors affecting dosage
               i. Nutritional status
              ii. Genes
             iii. Diet
        i. Develop vaccine against cysticercosis


  3.   Stroke
        a.   Data collection incidence, prevalence, morbidity and mortality
        b.   Public education on risk factors
        c.   Case control studies
        d.   Legislation to reduce tobacco use
        e.   Training on prevention
        f.   Treatments made available
        g.   Research rehabilitation methods
        h.   Research local needs for prevention, treatment and rehabilitation
        i.   Training guidelines
        j.   Develop regional and national centres
                                                                   4 JANUARY 2004
4.   Schizophrenia
      a. Educate governments and development agencies etc that psychosis is treatable
      b. Research genetic epidemiology, neurobiology, prognosis and outcomes
      c. Treatment programmes to engage patient, family and country
      d. Feasible and affordable community based management programmes
              i. Relapse prevention
             ii. Prevent social breakdown and social withdrawal and isolation
            iii. Reduce premature mortality
            iv. Reduce risk of offending behaviour
             v. Reduce stigma
            vi. Protect patient rights
           vii. Local rehabilitation
      e. Prevent drift to homelessness, vagrancy and prison by high support
         programmes
      f. Small IP units in general hospitals
      g. Identify successful models of care and disseminate

5.   Bipolar disorder
      a. Research local risk factors including genetics
      b. Applicability of current diagnostic methods
      c. Large scale population studies
      d. Make available essential medicines
      e. Relapse prevention, treatment compliance, family therapy
      f. Treatment and rehabilitation programmes to engage the patient, family and the
         community
      g. Cost effectiveness RCTs to reduce relapse, suicide and stigma
      h. Adapt screening tools
      i. Treatment guidelines
      j. Mobilize family and community support

6.   Depression
      a. Priorities depressive disorders at national and local levels (district planning
         committees)
      b. Identify and support high risk groups
      c. Find and implement population strategies including schools, public, workplace
         and prison programmes
      d. Intersectoral funding and implementation of prevention of depression and
         suicide
      e. Supply essential medicines to PHC
      f. Train PHC staff-basic training, continuing professional development, support
         and supervision for specialist care
      g. Guidelines and manuals
      h. Programmes to
              i. reduce frequency of depressive episodes,
             ii. reduce social isolation
            iii. reduce premature mortality
            iv. identify high risk groups
             v. reduce stigma
            vi. drug treatment
                                                                4 JANUARY 2004
              vii. psychosocial therapy
             viii. family and community support
      i.   disability and burden
      j.   public awareness and communication strategies
      k.   cost effectiveness studies
      l.   social determinants and prevention
      m.   genetic aetiology
      n.   treatment outcomes
      o.   chronic disease management
      p.   CPD programmes

7.   Dissemination methods
      a. Demonstration projects –develop good practice guidelines, evaluate and
         disseminate

8.   General
      a. Increase public and professional awareness and understanding and reduce
         stigma
      b. Strengthen primary care and support from specialist care
      c. Make cost effectiveness interventions available
      d. National and local policies
      e. Research epidemiology, burden, cost and effectiveness of treatment
      f. Create national centers for training and research
      g. Create funding for research and research institutions
                                                                            4 JANUARY 2004
                                          Appendix 8 – Integration of MNH into PHC


Evaluation of country integration of mental and neurological health into primary health care
                               Outline of a project proposal

2.    Abstract
      (to be drafted)
3.    Introduction
      (to be drafted)
4.    Rationale
      o   The epidemiology, associated disability, and the global burden of disease
      o   Links between mental and neurological illness, and poverty
      o   Links between mental illness and physical disease
      o   The logistical issues of delivering mental and neurological health care to a population
      o   Tasks that can be done in PHC
      o   Stigma
5.    Key aspects of PHC
      o   Human resources
      o   Training: undergraduate, postgraduate, and continuing professional development
      o   Supervision and support from secondary care, and quality assurance
      o   Good practice guidelines
      o   Essential medicines – availability and affordability
      o   Communication facilities
      o   Referral pathways
      o   Transport to outreach and to enable specialist supervision
      o   Proactive (prevention, screening, and case finding) or reactive
      o   Management and information systems to record consultation and outcome
      o   Intersectoral linkages and close working with community-carers, traditional healers,
          social workers, religious organizations, schools, police
6.    Potential role of PHC
      o Management of common mental and neurological disorders
      o Early diagnosis
      o Treatment (including psychotropic and neurological drugs)
      o Long-term management of severe mental and neurological illness, supported by
        specialists
      o Promotion of mental and neurological problems
           Recognizing early signs of mental distress, neurological illness and when to seek
             help
           Preventing high risk behaviours, e. g. unsafe sex, substance abuse, nutritional
             deficiency, trauma
                                                                         4 JANUARY 2004
             Health promotion in schools, the workplace, prisons
      o   Support of people suffering from psychological illness, neurological illness and
          comorbidity with other illness
      o   Support of carers of people with mental and neurological illness
      o   Team working with community workers (traditional healers, social workers, NGOs,
          teachers etc)
      o   Referral/liaison with secondary services
7.    Evaluation
      o Description of the key aspects of PHC in each country
      o Knowledge and attitudes of PHC workers
      o Pathway to care study
          Prevalence of disorders at community level, primary care attenders, those identified
             in PHC, those referred to secondary care
          Outcome of disorders at community level, primary care attenders, those identified in
             PHC, those referred to secondary care
8.    Methods
      o Choice of countries e. g. (Iran, Pakistan, Egypt, Zambia, Tanzania and Zanzibar, Kenya,
        Chile)
      o Sample (national probability sample of PHC centres)
      o Instruments
9.    Approach
      o   Select countries in discussion with WHO Regional Advisers
      o   Establish liaison with MOH and national mental health coordinator
      o   Establish sample frame of PHC centres
      o   Draw national probability sample of PHC centres
10.   Timetable
      (to be drafted)
11.   Data analysis
      (to be drafted)
12.   Dissemination of findings
      (to be drafted)
13.   Ethical issues
      (to be drafted)
14.   Budget
      (to be drafted)
                                                                         4 JANUARY 2004




                                                                Appendix 9 – Fund raising

     Source to be explored                        Focal point
     World Bank                                   FBaingana
                                                  DSilberberg
                                                  Country coordinators
     Global Fund (Feecham)                        WGulbinat
     Asian Development Bank                       BConde
     African Development Bank                     FBaingana/RJenkins
     European Development Bank                    WGulbinat/RJenkins
     Inter-American Development Bank              CLopez
     Ministries of Health                         Country coordinators
     European Commission                          RJenkins/KSchilder
     FAD (Spain)                                  MCruz
     Wealthy families                             Country coordinators, all
     NIH, USA                                     DSilberberg, WGulbinat/CSiegel
     SAMSHA                                       KSchilder
     CDC Atlanta                                  DSilberberg
     Grantmakers in health (www.fdncenter.org/)   KSchilder
     Brunei (Sultan)                              PDeva
     Bahrein                                      Rafia Gulbash, AMohit/DSilberberg
     Rotary International Foundation              MCruz
     Lions international                          MMubbashar
     Gates Foundation                             DSilberberg
     MOI                                          KSchilder
     National development agencies
           JICA                                   BConde
           GTZ                                    WGulbinat
           DANIDA                                 RJenkins
           SIDA                                   WGulbinat
           IDRC                                   DSilberberg/RJenkins/WGulbinat
           DFID                                   RJenkins
           USAID                                  Country coordinators1
           SNV                                    KSchilder
     UNDP                                         KSchilder
     UNICEF at country level                      Country coordinators1
     IOM                                          WGulbinat
     ILO                                          WGulbinat
     UNHCR                                        WGulbinat
     UNAIDS                                       WGulbinat
     World Council Churches                       WGulbinat
     ICRC                                         WGulbinat
     Pharmaceutical companies                     KSchilder/DSilberberg/RJenkins country
     (having foundations)                         coordinators
     Public events (mental health day, ..)        RChichek, country coordinators




1
    Letter of introduction needed
                                                                                4 JANUARY 2004
                                      Appendix 10 – Japan Social Development Fund

JAPAN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
POLICY GUIDELINES AND PROGRAM ALLOCATION

1. Objective. To provide grants in support of innovative social programs to help alleviate poverty in
eligible client countries of the World Bank Group.1 Grants approved under the program are subject to
the criteria set forth in these Guidelines.

2. Focus. JSDF Grants complement Bank-financed operations and programs
compatible with the development objectives of the CAS, PRSP or poverty reduction
elements of Sector Strategies. The Grants are intended to focus on activities which:
(i) respond directly to the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable groups; (ii)
encourage the testing of innovative methods; (iii) support initiatives that lead to
rapid, demonstrable benefits with positive prospects of developing into sustainable
activities; or (iv) build ownership, capacity, empowerment and participation of local
communities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other civil society groups
to facilitate their involvement in operations financed by the World Bank.
Approximately 50 percent of total JSDF funds should go to eligible countries in East,
South and Central Asia.

3. Grant Types and Country Eligibility. There are two types of JSDF Grants:

     (i) Project Grants finance: (a) activities directly providing relief measures,
     supporting the improvement of services and facilities for poorer population
     groups, or reinforcing/ reinvigorating social safety nets, or (b) innovation and
     testing of new approaches, particularly in the social sectors. Such grants may be
     made for activities in countries that are members of any of the World Bank
     Group entities and whose GDP per capita is $1,435 as defined in the 2004
     World Development Report.

     (ii) Capacity Building Grants finance capacity building and improvement
     measures, e.g., to bolster local communities and NGOs through learning by
     doing, to expand the capabilities or coverage of social fund-type institutions, or
     to support local governments working with communities on World Bank-
     funded projects/programs. Eligible countries include the low-income countries
     and lower middle-income countries as defined in the 2002 World Development
     Report.

4. Amount. JSDF Grants can range from US$50,000 to US$2 million. Under exceptional
circumstances and after prior clearance by CFP a grant proposal of up to US$3 million may be
submitted for consideration. Proposals exceeding US$2 million would be subject to higher scrutiny by
the JSDF Steering Committee; the latter may request technical reviewers to verify the validity and
viability of proposed activities and that their costing follows a disciplined process.
                                                         Appendix 11 – Consultative Committee

                                     List of members of Consultative Committee1
NAME                                    COUNTRY          EMAIL                             RG.COORD.
Hugo Arnaldo Cohen                      Argentina        grahu@ipsatl.com.ar           CV Alberto
Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola                  Mexico           sergioa@csufresno.edu         CV Alberto
Fuad Ismailov                           Azerbaidjan      fouad@azerin.com                  Toma
Hidyatullah Islam                       Bangladesh                                         Srinivasa
Virginia Chakalisa                      Botswana                                           John
Ana Maria Fernandes Pitta               Brazil           anapitta@usp.br                   Alberto
Kimon Ganev                             Bulgaria         kimon@Sun.medun.acad.bg CV Toma
Miachail A. Okoliyski                   Bulgaria         mental@mbox.cit.bg            CV Toma
Vesselin Petkov                         Bulgaria         vpetkov@Sun.medun.acad.bg         Toma
Ka Sunbaunat                            Cambodia         ksbaunat@forum.org.kh             Felice
Mauricio Gómez Chamorro Chile                            mgomez@ctc-mundo.net              Alberto
Mr. Jiang Long Hu                       China                                              Felice
Michael Phillips                        China            phillips@sun.ihep.ac.cn           STRATEC
Shen Yu Cun                             China                                              Felice
Guillermo Barrientos                    Cuba             wimi@infomed.sld.cu           CV Alberto
Jan Pfeiffer                            Czech Republic   cmhcd@cmhcd.anet.cz           CV Toma
Ahmed Abou El-Azayem                    Egypt            emrcwfmh@idsc1.gov.eg             Harvey
Joe Asare                               Ghana            jbasare@africaonline.com.gh       John
Zsolt Demetrovic                        Hungary          demetrovics@osi.hu            CV Toma
Shiv Gautam                             India                                              Srinivasa
Harshmander                             India                                              Srinivasa
Naren N. Wig                            India                                              Srinivasa
W. M. Roan                              Indonesia        roan@dnet.net.id                  Felice
Rudi Salam                              Indonesia                                          Srinivasa
Shah Mohammadi                          Iran                                               Malik
Earl Wright                             Jamaica                                            Alberto
Masahisa Nishizono                      Japan                                              Felice
Xenia Solojenkina                       Kyrgyzstan       toma@freenet.bishkek.su           Toma
Arunas Germinavicus                     Lithuania        germanav@taide.lt             CV Toma
Dainius Puras                           Lithuania        usvvc@tdd.lt                      Toma
Joshua Tugumisirize                     Malawi           jtugumisirize@yahoo.com           Florence

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    Addresses my not be up-to-date
                                                               1
M. Parameshvara Deva     Malaysia         deva@perakmed.edu.my           Felice
Sergo Aguilar-Gaxiola    Mexico                                          Alberto
Mahendra Nepal           Nepal                                           Srinivasa
Shishir Regmi            Nepal            sregemi@healthnet.org.np       Malik
Bisi Odejide             Nigeria          odejede@skannat.com        CV Florence
Khalid Saeed             Pakistan         saeedx@isb.paknet.com.pk       Malik
Movvadat Rana            Pakistan         mhrana@hotmail.com             Malik
Dr. Jaime Aroyo Sucre    Panama           jarroyo@pty.com                Walter
Dora Whiteman de Da Costa Panama          kadca@sinfo.net                Alberto
Edgardo Perez            Puerto Rico      eperez@mgl.ca              CV Alberto
Kua Ee Heok              Singapore                                       Felice
Chee Kuan Tsee           Singapore                                       Felice
Chris Zissis             South Africa     chrisz@curie.uct.ac.za     CV John
Melvin Freeman           South Africa     fremm@hltrsa2.pwv.gov.za       John
Nalaka Mendis            Sri Lanka                                       Srinivasa
Somchai Chakrabhand      Thailand                                        Felice
Dasandali Thomrang       Thailand                                        Srinivasa
Rampersad Parasram       Trinidad & Tobago jparasram@hotmail.com     CV Alberto
Emilio Ovuga             Uganda                                          self
Sylvia Caras             U.S.A.           sylvia@peoplewho.org       CV self
Richard Gater            U.K.             rgater@fs1.cmht.nwest.nhs.uk   Malik
Lioudmilla Iourieva      Ukraine          andrew@online.alkar.net        Toma
Roy Chazulwa             Zambia           haworth@zamnet.zm              John
Petronella Mayeya        Zambia           arcofwfmh@zamtel.zm            John
Jedrin Ngungu            Zambia           haworth@zamnet.zm              John
Branka Kordic            Zambia           branka.kordic@usa.net          John
Elizabeth Matare         Zimbabwe         branka.kordic@usa.net          John




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Abou El-Azayem, Ahmed                        Chakalisa, Virginia
  Director Abou EL-Azayem Hospitals &          Mental Health Coordinator
  Research Center                              Ministry of Health
  P.O.Box 8180                                 Botswana
  Cairo
  Egypt
                                             Chakrabhand, Dr. Somchai
  fax:     0020 (2) 401-3981                   Director of Mental Health
  e-mail: emrcwfmh@idsc1.gov.eg                Department of Mental Health
Aguilar-Gaxiola, Sergo                         Ministry of Public Health
   Coordinator for Latin America of the        Tiwanon Road
   WHO's World Mental Health 2000              Nonthaburi
   5310 N. Campus Dr.                          Thailand 11000
   Fresno, CA CA 93740-0011                    phone: 0066 (2) 951-1355
   U.S.A.                                      fax:     0066 (2) 951 1355
   phone: 001 (559) 278-2822
   fax:     001 (559) 278-7515
                                             Chazulwa, Dr. Roy
   e-mail: sergioa@csufresno.edu               Zambia
                                               e-mail: haworth@zamnet.zm
Arroyo Sucre, Dr. Jaime
   Professor of Psychiatry and Social
                                             Cohen, Hugo
   Medicine                                     Chief of Mental Health Department
   University of Panama                         Public Health Counsil
   Apartado 6651                                Province of Rio Negro
   Panama 5                                     Argentina
   Panama                                       e-mail: grahu@ipsatl.com.ar
   phone: 00507 229-1677
   fax:     00507 226-4477
   e-mail: jarroyo@pty.com                   Demetrovic, Dr. Zsolt
                                               1034. San Marco u. 31.
                                               Budapest
Asare, Dr. Joe                                 Hungary
   Professor of Psychiatry                     phone: 0036 (1) 388-22-37
   Accra                                       fax:     0036 (1) 351 30 10
   Ghana                                       e-mail: demetrovics@osi.hu

Barrientos, Dr. Guillermo                    Deva, Prof. M. Parameshvara
   President of the National Commission of
                                                Head
   Mental Health                                Department of Psychiatry
   Ministry of Health                           Perak College of Medicine
   Havana                                       #3 Jalan Greentown, 30450 Ipoh
   Cuba                                         Perak Darul Ridzuan
   e-mail: willi@infomed.sld.cu                 Malaysia
                                                phone: 0060 (5) 243-2635 ext. 163
Caras, Ms. Sylvia                               fax:     0060 (5) 243-2636
   146 Chrystal Terrace 5                       e-mail: deva@perakmed.edu.my
   Santa Cruz CA 95060-3654
   USA
   phone:    001 (831) 426-5335
   fax:      001 (831) 426-5335
   e-mail: sylvia@peoplewho.org

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Ee Heok, Prof. Kua                         Gomez Chamorro, Dr. Mauricio
   Department of Psychological Medicine      Director
   National University Hospital              Hospital Psiqui trico El Peral
   Singapore 119074                          Santiago
   Singapore                                 Chile
   phone: 0065 772 4511                      e-mail: mgomez@ctc-mundo.net
   fax:     0065 772 2191
                                           Harshmander, Dr.
Fernandes Pitta, Ana                          Country Director
   Director, Department of Mental Health      Actionaid India
   Ministry of Health                         3, Resthouse Road
   Rua Carlos Comenale 32                     Bangalore - 560003
   01332-000 Sao Paulo SP                     India
   Brazil
   phone: 0055 11 308 18884
                                           Iourieva, Lioudmilla
   e-mail: anapitta@saude.gov.br              Ukraine
                                              e-mail: andrew@online.alkar.net
Freeman, Dr. Melvin
   Director, Mental Health and Substance
                                           Islam, Hidyatullah
   Abuse                                       Professor of Psychiatry
   South Africa                                Institute of Postgraduate Education
   e-mail: fremm@hltrsa2.pwv.gov.za            Dhaka
                                               Bangladesh
Ganev, Kimon
  Bulgaria
                                           Ismailov, Fuad
  e-mail: kimon@Sun.medun.acad.bg             Azerbaidjan
                                              e-mail: fouad@azerin.com
Gater, Richard
   Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry
                                           Kordic, Dr. Branka
   School of Psychiatry and Behavioural       University of Zimbabwe
   Sciences                                   Harare
   University of Manchester                   Zimbabwe
   Rawnsley Building
                                              e-mail: branka.kordic@usa.net
   Manchester Royal Infirmary
   Oxford Road
   Manchester. M13 9WL                     Kuan Tsee, Prof. Chee
   U.K.                                      Head and Senior Consultant Psychiatrist
                                             Department of General Psychiatry
                                             Institute of Mental Health
Gautam, Dr. Siv                              No. 10 Buangkok Green
  Professor of Psychiatry and President      Singapore
  Indian Psychiatric Society                 Singapore
  "Gokul" Civil Lines                        fax:      0065 385 1051
  Jaipur, Rajasthan
  India

Germinavicus, Arunas
   Lithuania
   e-mail: germanav@taide.lt


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Long Hu, Mr. Jiang                   Nishizono, Prof. Masahisa
   Shanghai Mental Health Center        Professor and Chairman
   600 Wan Ping Nan Road                Department of Psychiatry
   Shanghai 200030                      Fukuoka University School of Medicine
   China                                7-45-1 Nanakuma, Jonan-ku
   phone: 0086 (21) 6438 7250           Fukuoka 814-01
   fax:    0086 (21) 6438 7986          Japan
                                        phone: 0081 (92) 801-1011 ext. 3380
                                        fax:     0081 (92) 863 3150
Matare, Elizabeth
  Director
  Zimbabwe National Mental Health    Odejide, Prof. A. O.
  Association                          Director
  Zimbabwe                             Postgraduate Institute for Medical Research
  e-mail: branka.kordic@usa.net        and Training, College of Medicine
                                       University of Ibadan
                                       Ibadan
Mayeya, Dr. Petronella
                                       Nigeria
  Zambia
                                       phone: 00234 (2) 241-2170
  e-mail: arcofwfmh@zamtel.zm
                                       e-mail: odejede@skannat.com

Mendis, Dr. Nalaka
  Professor of Psychiatry            Oguva, Dr. Emilio
                                       Professor of Psychiatry
  Colombo Medical College
                                       Mental Healthcare Organisation of Uganda
  Colombo
                                       Plot C 001, New Taxi Park
  Sri Lanka
                                       Namirembe Road
                                       P.O. Box 1867
Mohammadi, Shah                        Kampala
  Mental Health Coordinator            Uganda
  Ministry of Health                   phone: (077) 415 624
  Islamic Republic of Iran
                                     Okoliyski, Dr. Miachail
Nepal, Mahendra                        Bulgaria
   Professor of Psychiatry             e-mail: mental@mbox.cit.bg
   Tribhuvan University
   Katmandu
   Nepal                             Parasram, Dr. Rampersad
                                        Principal Medical Officer (Institutions)
Ngungu, Jedrin                          Ministry of Health
   Medical Officer                      10 - 12 Independence Square
   Chainama Hills College Hospital      Port of Spain
   Zambia                               Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies
   e-mail:   haworth@zamnet.zm          fax:      001 (868) 623-9528
                                        e-mail: jparasram@hotmail.com




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Perez, Edgardo                               Saeed, Khalid
   Chief Executive Officer                      Ass. Professor of Psychiatry
   Homewood Health Centre Inc                   Rawalpindi General Hospital
   150 Delhi Street                             Institute of Psychiatry
   Guelph, Ontario n1e 6k9                      Rawalpindi
   Canada                                       Pakistan
   phone: 001 (519) 824-1010, ext. 123
   fax:    001 (519) 824-3361
                                             Salam, Dr. Rudi
   e-mail: eperez@mgl.ca                        Professor of Psychiatry
                                                Indonesia
Petkov, Dr. Vesselin
   Sofia
                                             Scheurer, Dr. Roman
   Bulgaria                                     Scientist/Researcher: Mental Health
   e-mail: vpetkov@sun.medun.acad.bg            Services
                                                Wolston Park Hospital
Pfeiffer, Jan                                   Wolston Park Road
   Czeck Republic                               Wacol QLD 4076
   e-mail: cmhcd@cmhcd.anet.cz                  Australia
                                                phone: 0061 (7) 3271-8598
                                                fax:      0061 (7) 3271-8567
Puras, Dainius
                                                e-mail: romans@wph.uq.edu.au
   Lithuania

                                             Shen Yu Cun, Dr.
Rana, Movaddat
                                                Professor and Director, WHO Mental
   Head
                                                Health Collaborating Ctr for Research and
   CMH
                                                Training
   Department of Psychiatry
                                                Institute of Mental Health
   Lahore
                                                Beijing Medical College
   Pakistan
                                                Beijing 100083
                                                China
Regmi, Dr. Shishir                              phone: 0086 (10) 277691-366
   Departmnet of Psychiatry                     fax:      0086 (10) 2027314
   Institute of Medicine
   Kathmandu
   Nepal                                     Solojenkina, Xenia
                                                Kyrgyzstan
                                                e-mail: toma@freenet.bishkek.su
Roan, Dr. W. M.
   former Deputy Director of Mental Health
   Permata Hijau J1 No. 4 (jalan Biduri)     Sunbaunat, Dr. Ka
                                                Head of Academic Affairs
   Simpung, Jakarta 12210
                                                Faculty of Medicine, Pharmacy and
   Indonesia
                                                dentistry
   phone: 0062 (21) 530-0050
                                                #73 Monivong Blvd
   fax:     0062 (21) 530-0050
                                                Phnom Penh
   e-mail: roan@dnet.net.id
                                                Cambodia
                                                phone: 00855 (23) 216 432
                                                fax:      00855 (23) 865 440
                                                e-mail: ksbaunat@forum.org.kh




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Thomrang, Dasandali
   Bangkok
   Thailand

Tugumisirize, Joshua
   Malawi
   e-mail: jtugumisirize@yahoo.com

Whiteman de Da Costa, Dr. Dora
  Professor of Psychiatry
  Universidad Latina de Panam
  Altos del Romeral 293
  Apartado postal 89-9754
  Panama
  Panama
  phone: 00507 2330628
  e-mail: kadca@sinfo.net

Wig, Dr. Naren
  Professor of Psychiatry
  H-No. 279, Sector 6
  Panchkula, Haryana
  India

Wright, Dr. Earl
  Jamaica

Zissis, Dr. Chris
   Clinical Psychologist
   Cape Town University
   South Africa
   e-mail: chrisz@curie.uct.ac.za




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