Why Are Zimbabwe's Mental Health Issues on The Rise? - VIDEO
For Zimbabweans, the political climate can be a significant source of stress. Worse, for more than 1,3 million countrywide who suffer from mental disorders, there's a serious shortage of mental health facilities to cater for them due to an alleged lack of funding.
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- 3 January 2017
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