The Guest Editorial in this issue of the African Journal of Psychiatry presents two of the remaining articles in a series on mental health policy in Africa – a series that was initiated in the previous issue of the journal. The articles report on the findings from Phase 1 of the Mental Health and Poverty Project (MHaPP), a DFID-funded Research Programme Consortium, focusing on mental health policy development and implementation in Africa.
Lund, C.; The Mental Health and Poverty Research Programme Consortium. Mental Health Policy Implementation in Ghana and in Zambia. The African journal of psychiatry (2010) 13 (3) 165-167.