The HAPPINESS Project is one of the ways Yale faculty and students are tackling the complex, global challenges of connecting people with mental health services. The HAPPINESS Project aims to improve mental health care delivery in Nigeria, and the methods and technology developed through the project have the potential to help many other communities. Upon their return from Lagos, Nigeria, President Peter Salovey, Drs. Theddeus Iheanacho and Charles Dike of the School of Medicine, and Mr. Eddie Mandhry of the Office of International Affairs discuss the partnerships Yale is developing through this project and the Yale Africa Initiative. You can listen to their conversation in Episode 2 of Yale Talk, President Salovey's recently launched podcast.
Submitted by Robert Forman on February 19, 2020