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New Zealand Suicide Prevention Strategy 2006-2016

Ministry of Health, New Zealand Country Resources Suicide Prevention New Zealand 31 December 2006 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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The New Zealand Suicide Prevention Strategy 2006-2016 provides a framework for suicide prevention efforts. Its overarching aim is to reduce the rate of suicidal behaviour and its effects on the lives of New Zealanders, while taking into account that suicide affects certain groups more than others. To achieve this aim, five year Action Plans will be developed to provide the detail about what specific initiatives will be implemented, by when and by whom.


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