Yesterday, Steve Aoki took to Twitter to receive a shoutout from the World Health Organization (WHO) to thank him for his support for the upcoming big event highlighting the quality of mental health care that everyone needs.
On October 10, WHO will host a global event focusing on mental health and the DJ and producer announces in his video that he supports this.
Aoki reported in his video on Twitter that the World Health Organization is hosting a global event focusing on mental health and for information visit the official website or the social channels of this organization.
For the first time, WHO is organizing a global online event with a focus on mental health. World leaders, mental health experts, and celebrities will join WHO Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
The guests will talk about what we can do to improve our mental health and how we can make mental health care available to everyone.
The WHO invites you to join the campaign, to talk about this with your friends or on social network.
We have not forgotten Avicii and that is why this topic affects us deeply.
On 20 April 2018, DJ and record producer Avicii committed suicide. He suffered from stress and poor mental health for many years which eventually became too much for him.