Men’s Elective Network

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Men’s Health Network Directory:

 

[The video clip above is a Mens Wellbeing Inc production ]

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Global Men’s websites:

Internationalmensday.COM

Internationalmensday.INFO

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Country Suicide rates:

The lowest suicide rates in the world are concentrated in the Caribbean Islands of the Bahamas, Jamaica, Grenada, Barbados, and Antigua and Barbuda. Suicide is almost unheard of in each of these countries, with Barbados and Antigua And Barbuda reporting 0.8 and 0.5 suicides per 100k, respectively.

Suicide is a worldwide problem, but its effects are uneven. Although suicide rates ( noted here are annual deaths per 100,000 people ) are rising in some countries, including the United States, most countries are seeing declines, for reasons that include restrictions on access to lethal means and improved mental health care. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), most countries do not collect detailed data on suicide; data for many countries here were drawn from rates estimated by organizations such as WHO and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation’s Global Burden of Disease project. See more here…

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The world health organisation (WHO) website has two significant resource pages, the first is the “A-Z Fact sheet” page and the second one is the “A-Z Health Topics” page. Both pages have a huge broad range of links for most general topics of interest. However it appears that (as of Mar 30th 2020) neither the fact sheets or the health topics pages have relevant links for men in the same way as they do for women. For example men (in general) are probably the laziest participants in personal hygiene even when it comes to the simplest activities like washing hands. Inclusively even though 1 in 3 men suffer from Domestic violence, there are no resource links available for men for help as there are for violence against women, and children. Maybe (?) this was an oversight, BUT in the interest of the broad assistance needed for the family nucleus the links to the pages have been inserted below for your assistance and interest.

[ source: Science mag ]

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Men’s Global Health links:

Fact-Sheet / WHO

Health-topics / WHO

Global/mens-health

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Mission Statement:

Supporting the lives of Men via the Men’s Elective Network with Resource Directories for Help, Fulfillment and Contentment in life.