A special series on suicide prevention lessons from the global south, in partnership with Mariwala Health Initiative.
Loneliness, financial insecurity, and marginalisation aggravate the risk of self-harm and suicide related to Covid, confirms a new paper from the Southeast Asian country. Are policymakers listening?
If I were to tell you that there exists an intervention that could cause a 61% drop in the likelihood of an individual dying by suicide, what would you guess it could be?
This could well be the most important question in the post-pandemic world: can putting money in the hands of people prevent suicides?
When Yeshim Iqbal started Kaan Pete Roi 10 years ago, a suicide prevention helpline was an unheard-of idea in Bangladesh. Today, it is a case study on how to run a powerful, volunteer-driven platform in a resource-constrained setting.
In a first, Sanity is partnering Mariwala Health Initiative to tell powerful stories on tackling one of the biggest public health crises of our time.