Partnership agreements

  • Deepening ties with Indonesia in mental health

    The 21st century is the century of the cities and of urbanisation. For the first time in history, more people globally live in cities than in rural areas. While in developed countries urbanisation has mainly taken place in the second half of the 19th century, developing countries, such as Indonesia are... Read more

  • Dawn of a landmark India-Australia mental health collaboration

    The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India, and The University of Melbourne are to sign a landmark Memorandum of Understanding on Tuesday 30 August 2011, to collaborate in community mental health MEDIA RELEASE
 26 August 2011 University of Melbourne to collaborate with Indian Government... Read more

  • Reducing the treatment gap in India

    AAMH and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India, are partnering in a new two year project aimed at exploring sustainable community mental health models. Following the very successful community mental health conference in New Delhi in February 2011, Asia Australia Mental Health and the... Read more

  • Japan and Australia sign important Memorandum of Understanding

    Dr Takeshima, Director of Mental Health administration of the National Institute of Mental Health and National Centre of Neurology and Psychiatry (NCNP) Japan, and Dr Hisomu Chiba, Director of Japan Mental Health Association and President of Seinan Hospital, visited Melbourne in late November 2010.... Read more

  • Launching the Protecting Children in Disasters project: Cambodia

    Natural and man-made disasters can have a devastating effect on people's mental as well as physical health, and no more so than in Cambodia. AAMH’s Protecting Children in Disasters program developed in China recognises that children are often the most vulnerable population group affected following a... Read more

  • Seoul – Melbourne collaboration in mental health

    As part of the Seoul-Melbourne International Collaboration in Mental Health, the Australia-Korea Foundation provided support for a large mental health education exchange program between Asia-Australia Mental Health and our Seoul partners. The program consisted of both in-country training workshops... Read more