Integrating Mental Health and Development: A Case Study of the BasicNeeds Model in Nepal
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KeywordsNepal; mental health development; MHD; BasicNeeds Model; social disadvantage; mental illness; World Health Organization (WHO); community-based; clinical outcomes; social and economic functioning; sustainability; family; stakeholders; psychiatric hospital;
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