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WPA Okasha Award for Developiong Countries

The Okasha Award recognizes young psychiatrists or neuroscientists whose research has best served psychiatry and mental health in developing and other countries with a shortage of resources, and who contributed to better international collaboration in psychiatry. This Award has been made possible through an unrestricted grant from APEX Pharma in Egypt.


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WPA Okasha Award for Developiong Countries

The Executive Committee of the World Psychiatric Association acts as the jury for the Okasha Award. The award includes a diploma, a medal and a sum of USD 15,000 for each of the two winners.


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WPA Okasha Award for Developiong Countries: (1) The Winners

  • The EEPSI group (Eastern European Psychiatric Scientific Initiative) carried out a study* of mental health services which produced results useful for their organisation and demonstrated that scientific collaboration is possible even without significant external support and without political or institutional research infrastructure.

    * Published in the British Journal of Psychiatry 186(6), June 2005


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THE OKASHA AWARD:(1) THE WINNERS The Members of the EEPSI Group

Maja Bajs, Croatia

Tamara Cavic, Serbia & Montenegro

Hristo Dimitrov, Bulgaria

Diana Iosub, Romania

Vesna Jordanova, United Kingdom

Nadja Maric, Serbia & Montenegro

Adriana Mihai, Romania

Andreea Silvana Szalontay, Romania

Alikaj Valbona, Albania


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WPA Okasha Award for Developiong Countries: (2) The Winners

From Egypt, for their study on “Working with families of Patients with Schizophrenia: A Rewarding Alternative to Classical Community Care in Developing Countries”.

The results of their study will be published shortly.


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WPA Okasha Award for Developiong Countries: (2)The Winners

1- Dr. Ahmed EL-SHAFEI, Egypt

(Lecturer in Psychiatry)

2-Dr. Hanan HUSSEIN, Egypt

(Lecturer in Psychiatry)


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