From Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia:

We acknowledge the contributions of the broad range of in-country stakeholders who supported our youth mental health context analysis project. Our heartfelt appreciation goes out to representatives from both health and non-health sectors, as well as local institutions in Leticia, Bucaramanga, Armenia, and Bogota, whose assistance was crucial in implementing project activities within the communities. Special thanks are owed to the young people and individuals with lived experience who participated in our Youth Advisory Board, sharing invaluable insights that shaped our understanding of local contexts and mental health.

From Junta de Beneficiencia de Guayaquil, Ecuador:

We are deeply grateful for the significant contributions of the diverse group of stakeholders in Ecuador who played a pivotal role in our youth mental health context analysis project. Their support, ranging from health and non-health sector representatives to local institutions in Guayaquil, Cuenca, Puyo, and Quito, was instrumental in successfully implementing our project activities within the communities. We also extend our special thanks to the young people and individuals with lived experience who generously shared their insights through our Youth Advisory Board, thereby enriching our understanding of local contexts and mental health. Without the participation of all of those previously mentioned, this project’s results would not have been the same.

From Indian Law Society, India:

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to our stakeholders representing young people, civil society organisations, researchers, funders, and government officials for their critical insights on the field of youth mental health in India through their participation in in-depth interviews and consensus building workshop, as well as to 20 young people in Odisha and Rajasthan for their participation in our photovoice activity. We would also like to extend our appreciation to our Youth Advisory Board for their constructive feedback and engagement throughout the project.

Experts affiliated to:

ActionAid Association; Aide et Action; Anubhuti Charitable Trust; Ashayen; Burans; Centre for Mental Health Law & Policy, Indian Law Society; citiesRISE; Department of College Education, Government of Rajasthan; Department of Psychiatry, Mental Health Institute, Srirama Chandra Bhanja Medical College and Hospital; Ekjut; Feel Alive; Freed; Lighthouse Communities Foundation; Indian Institute of Public Health; Infosys Foundation; International School of Informatics and Management (Jaipur); Khejdi for Mental Health; Lady Hardinge Medical College; Manam Foundation; Mariwala Health Initiative; Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India; National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences; National Health Mission, Department of Health and Family Welfare (Chhattisgarh); Northwestern University; Odisha Rising Foundation; Odisha State Police Commissionerate; Peakmind; Psychiatric Centre SMS Medical College (Jaipur); Directorate of Public Health (Odisha); Rajasthan Royals Foundation; Rama Devi Women’s University; Schizophrenia Research Foundation (India); Share A Smile Foundation; Shikshit Rojgar Kendra Prabandhak Samiti (Rajasthan); Suresh Chandra Nayak Social Welfare Foundation (Odisha); The Concerned for Working Children; The YP Foundation; UNICEF Field Office (Rajasthan); Vishakha; Ya_All; Youth Mental Health Group, Sangath; Youth Policy and Innovations, Centre For Community Economics and Development Consultants Society, UNFPA; Yuvaa; and other experts on youth mental health and wellbeing who chose to remain anonymous

Photovoice participants studying and/or working at:

Ashayen; AU Small Finance Bank; Birla Global University; Department of English, Government of Odisha; Dyal Singh College; and other young people who chose to remain anonymous

Youth Advisory Board studying and/or working at:

Ashoka University; Findhope; Gujarat National Law University & UNDP Asia-Pacific; Muktaa Charitable Foundation; Paras Swayam Sevi Sanstha (Chhattisgarh); Tata College; Voice of Youth; We Avec U Group of Companies

From Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia:

The Landscape Analysis on Adolescent and Youth Mental Health in Indonesia was conducted by the Center for Reproductive Health at the Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing, Universitas Gadjah Mada. We extend our sincere appreciation to the adolescents and youth who participated in this study, as well as to the various stakeholders who contributed their expertise and insights on the subject matter. Furthermore, we express our gratitude to the institutions that collaborated in and facilitated the execution of this research endeavour.