This call for abstracts is aimed at recognising outstanding youth candidates from around the world, sharing their personal experiences, case studies or research papers, as well as programs offering innovative solutions to tackle the increasing burden of non-communicable diseases and mental health. WHO Global Meeting to Accelerate Action on SDG goals 3.4 on NCDs and Mental Health (9-12 December 2019, Muscat, Oman) will invite authors of the approved abstracts to participate
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