Zimbabwe, WHOThe repercussions of almost twenty years of an economic meltdown has had a devastating mental, emotional and physical effect on the inductive reasoning of many of the citizens of Zimbabwe. Residents of the area are reported to have major feelings of discontent of the current status of their country. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), of the estimated 14 million people inhabiting Zimbabwe, ten percent of that number has subdued to the effects of mental illness. Meaning that roughly one to three million people of the 14 million population is infected with some sort of mental disease.To put the statistics into perspective, there were just above 600,000 mentally ill people in the year of 1999. Therefore that in the preceding 20 years, Zimbabwe has nearly doubled in number of mental ill people among the population. To make matters even worse, Zimbabwe has only fourteen psychiatrists to cater for the one to three million infected people. The medically trained professional to mentally ill ratio is highly toxic for the least developed country. WHO interpreter in Zimbabwe David Okello has described the events taking place as catastrophic and a serious matter that must be tended to. From prisoners being held in prisons like animals to the degrading social image that is cast amongst people who carry these mental illnesses, Zimbabwe is in need of serious reform if the country strives to get out of this problem.He said: “We have a crisis in Zimbabwe, but perhaps not only in Zimbabwe. We need to appeal to decision-makers, that prisons are not meant for mental patients.The truth is, no one is invincible, no one can say they are immune to mental illnesses. You should not throw away your relatives, mental health is not a contagious disease.”These factors start to emerge as a direct result of Zimbabwe being at its weakest point. As the number of mental illness remedies decline, the country falls deeper and deeper into upheaval.The whole country of Zimbabwe has only 20 registered clinical psychologist and nine public mental health institutions. To reverse all of these drastic problems, the World Health Organization must provide Zimbabwe with more medical professional and enough medication to cater to all the ones in need. Furthermore, more hospitals must be constructed in order to house the mentally ill as well as medical schools to teach incoming students the ways of medicine By implementing all of these changes, the World Health Organization and Zimbabwe can strengthen their ties and cleanse Zimbabwe of the conflicts they face pertaining to mentally ill people. All in all, the problems faced by Zimbabwe are very serious, and can only be catered by the likes of the World Health Organization. With the collaborative strength of both parties, Zimbabwe can be stripped excessive mentally ill rate.