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New Zealand adopts 10-year pathway to improve Kiwis' mental wellbeing

New Zealand adopts 10-year pathway to improve Kiwis' mental wellbeing

Wellington, Sep 22 (UNI/Xinhua) The New Zealand government is taking a new 10-year approach to support people who experience mental distress, Health Minister Andrew Little said on Wednesday.

Long-term pathway to mental wellbeing is the first 10-year plan of its kind that targets the cause of mental distress and also sets out how to achieve healthy futures, Little said in a statement.

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