According to WHO, chronic diseases represent 63 % of deaths in the world and 450 million people suffer from mental illness. Even though environmental and socio-economic factors are identified as affecting the health population, these factors are not fully considered by our healthcare systems. Without adequate prevention and sustainable health development strategy, the cost of treating these diseases will negatively affect the global economy. Therefore, the World Council on Prevention and Sustainable Health (WCPSH) has created bridges between scientific experts and international economic leaders to drive a global dynamic, affordable and sustainable health, and prevention in the world. The WCPSH is willing to extend its mission all over the world. Currently, the WCPSH has 3 partners under its umbrella:
The International Chair on Cardiometabolic Risk (ICCR) provides relevant scientific knowledge on prevention including 30 world renewed international experts, the Great Corporate Challenge performs health assessments in an attractive way for adults and children and diaMentis worldwide a leader in mental health.