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Mental ill-health has increased during the pandemic, and yet only 2% of global funding is spent on mental health care.

Elisha London
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Prospira Global
Natasha Müller
Founder, NM Impact
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Despite growing need, the funding for mental health care remains extremely low Image: Donor Financing of Global Mental Health, F. J. Charlson, J. Dieleman, L. Singh, H. A. Whiteford
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