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Table 1 PRIME district sites adapted from Lund et al. [29]

From: Using workshops to develop theories of change in five low and middle income countries: lessons from the programme for improving mental health care (PRIME)

Country World bank region1 World bank income classification1 Gross national income per capita (USD)1 PRIME District/sub-district Population2 Socio-economic characteristics2 Number of Health Facilities2 Number of MH specialists2
Ethiopia Sub-Saharan Africa Low Income 400 Sodo 165,000 Literacy rate = 22%; 90% rural 0 hospitals, 1 district health bureau, 7 community health centers, 52 health posts None
India South Asia Lower middle income 1410 Sehore (Madhya Pradesh state) 1,311,008 Literacy rate: 71% 81% rural 2 hospitals, 8 community health centers, 15 primary health clinics 1 part-time psychiatrist, 1 psychologist
Nepal South Asia Low income 540 Chitwan 575,058 Literacy rate = 70% 73% rural 152 sub –health centers 2 Psychiatrists
South Africa Sub-Saharan Africa Upper Middle Income 6960 Kenneth Kaunda (North West Province) 632,790 Literacy rate: 88% 14% rural 2 hospitals, 4 primary health centers, 5 health posts 1 Psychiatrist,
1 Psychologist
Uganda Sub-Saharan Africa Low Income 500 Kamuli 740,700 Literacy rate: 62% 3% rural 41 sub-health posts 1 Psychiatric Clinical Officer
  1. 1Countries and Economies [http://data.worldbank.org/country/] [30].