“The inclusion of noncommunicable diseases under the health goal is a historical turning point. Finally these diseases are getting the attention they deserve. Through their 169 interactive and synergistic targets, the SDGs seek to move the world towards greater fairness that leaves no one behind.” Dr M. Chan, WHO Director-General
People don’t have access to mental health care because of stigma, economical problems or geographical location. Minplan work for equal access to mental health care. And we help to democratize healthcare and pave the way for cheap and accessible solutions. Minplan aims to play a role in efforts to achieve social inclusion and equity, universal mental health care, prevention and treatment of substance abuse.
Minplan is dedicated to supporting sustainable human development and Mental health, and we contribute to the development of the SDGs, recognizing their importance to us, and to the world. We are committed to helping achieve them. Within the health goal, two targets are directly related to mental health and substance abuse. Target 3.4 requests that countries: “By 2030, reduce by one-third premature mortality from noncommunicable diseases through prevention and treatment and promote mental health and well-being.” Target 3.5 requests that countries: “Strengthen the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, including narcotic drug abuse and harmful use of alcohol.