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National Mental Health Policy

The Government of the Republic of Malawi Country Resources Mental Health Policies Malawi 20 June 2001 Policy document education, mental health care, mental health system

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The goal of the Mental Health Policy is to provide comprehensive and accessible mental health care services to all the citizens of Malawi, in line with the National Health Policy and National Health Plan, and fully integrated into the existing Primary Health services as well as the secondary and tertiary health care services, as appropriate.

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