• Capacity to support dissemination and generalization within countries.

Support for these projects should be provided by a wide range of international and local organizations, including the World Health Organization Nations for Mental Health Initiative; the World Bank; the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health; government development agencies; national ministries of health, education, welfare, and finance; and international and local professional and patient advocacy organizations.

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