EU improves mental health services provision in Jordan

July 4, 2022
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European Delegation to Jordan

Public health workers at the Jordanian ministry of Health clinics attended four-day mental health gap trainings to improve diagnosis and management of common mental illnesses including depression, psychosis, psychological and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents as well as assessment of self-harm and suicide.

Within the REAYAH programme funded by the European Union in Jordan and managed by AECID, a total of 320 public health workers in Mafraq, Ajloun and Tafila were equipped with the know-how of detecting and assessing patients who might show signs of mental health disorders for improved health services provision.

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Countries covered:

  • Jordan