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Strangers in Kenya read out suicide notes written by anonymous people

Strangers in Kenya read out suicide notes written by anonymous people

This year, as the #WorldSuicidePreventionDay is observed on the 10th of September, it is important to care for those weighed down by mental health issues. As more suffer in silence, it is paramount to highlight equitable access to quality mental health care for all.

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