Countdown Global Mental Health 2030: Data to drive action and accountability
Countdown Global Mental Health 2030 is the first independent monitoring and accountability mechanism that uses a broad and integrated set of indicators to monitor progress for mental health.
Developed by United for Global Mental Health in partnership with the WHO, UNICEF, GlobalMentalHealth@Harvard, Global Mental Health Peer Network and The Lancet, this free and interactive dashboard lets users search mental health data by country using a range of indicators, combined with an annual monitoring report on what the latest data shows.
It has been developed to inform action: action to campaign, to advocate, to communicate and to change policy and practice so that everyone everywhere is able to exercise their right to the highest attainable level of mental health.
Comparing Countries: Heat Maps
This dashboard features 53 indicators, in a map format, with a dropdown menu. It shows whether a country is doing well or less well in comparison to other countries using heat maps. Hover over a country to see the value legend.
Comparing Countries: Indicators
This is a table with every indicator included showing the value for each country. It is searchable by country and by indicator. You can create and download your own tables, and hover over a cell to get further information on the indicator.
Comparing Countries: Missing Data For All Indicators
This shows how many indicators are missing data for each country (out of 46). Hover over a bar for more information.
Comparing Countries: Missing Data For Groups of Indicators
This shows the total number of indicators missing by group of components.
- Component A: Determinants of mental health
- Component B: Factors shaping the demand (and need) for mental health care
- Component C: Factors shaping the strength of the mental health system
Hover over a bar for more information.