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OUR THREE YEAR STRATEGY

Since UnitedGMH was established in 2018, we have helped raise the profile of mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) among global policy makers. We’ve brought together numerous organisations to create high-quality communications, policy and advocacy work. And we’ve secured additional funding for mental health. 

 

Over the next three years we will continue to focus our work on the areas in which we have built unique knowledge and expertise, and remain committed to our vision for a world where everyone, everywhere has someone to turn to for their mental health.

 

At the heart of our strategy is our vision for a world where everyone, everywhere has someone to turn to for their mental health.

 

➽ We are experts in advocacy, financing and campaigning to secure significant results.

➽We are informed by people’s lived experience, across a diverse range of backgrounds.

➽We are driven by a vision of a healthier, more productive and kinder world.

Our Theory of Change maps how we see the world achieving the goal, “Everyone, everywhere has someone to turn to when their mental health needs support.” We have identified four areas of strategic impact against which we will measure our success.

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Holding decision makers to account for the goals and targets they set on mental health including the Sustainable Development Goals

Measures of success for these 4 areas include establishing an independent and highly credible global monitoring and accountability platform; a substantial increase in quality financing for mental health; the full integration of mental health and psychosocial support into key global strategies and national reforms; and significantly growing mental health advocacy capacity across the world, particularly in low-middle income countries.

To find out more about our approach, our objectives and the opportunities we have identified for the next stage of our work, download our full strategy for 2021-2024.

3 year strategy