11:00-12:30 Indonesia:10:00-11:30 Thailand: 10:00
Transcript 11:00-12:30 Indonesia:10:00-11:30 Thailand: 10:00
Distance Knowledge Sharing on
Country Experience from Malaysia
WHO estimates that almost one million deaths
are due to suicide every year, the majority of
which occur in low- and middle-income
countries. Attempted suicide can be up to 20
times more frequent than suicide. As suicide is
among the top three causes of death in the
population aged 15-34 years (second leading
cause for 10-24 year olds) globally, there is a
massive loss to societies of young people. There
is a need for immediate action which includes
public health and cross-sector/inter-agency
To respond to this neglected but important
global priority, WHO launched the first-ever
World Suicide Report in late 2014.
According to the report, Malaysia’s percentage
change in age standardized suicide rates 2000–
2012 is -23.9% for both sexes.
Tokyo Development Learning Center, the World
Bank together with the United Nations University
International Institute for Global Health presents
the distance knowledge sharing seminar to focus
on country case studies, including good practices
and lessons learned.
February 23 (Mon), 2015
Sri Lanka: 8:30-10:00
The program will be organized jointly by the
World Bank/TDLC and UNU-IIGH.
Please refer to our website at
ogue/suicide_prevention for resources and the
recorded video of the 1st session (Country
Experiences from Japan and India).
Dr Nurashikin Ibrahim, Ministry of Health,
Dr Andrew Mohan Raj, Associate Professor of
Psychiatry, Perdana University
• National and local government officials from
ministries and agencies.
• Policy makers, DRM stakeholders, health
specialists among others.
• VC session will be in English
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your confirmation of participation
to the designated local contact person at your
nearest GDLN center.
Contacts for Registration
Dyan Ekawati :
08159048664/ [email protected]
Dimah Haryanti :
Place : Universitas Indonesia, Jl. Salemba Raya No. 4,
Central Jakarta, IASTH Building 1st Fl. GDLN Video
Tokyo Development Learning Center (TDLC) ,
The World Bank
Email: [email protected]
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