Everybody has a right to good mental health

Mental and physical health are interconnected, and neglecting one will have adverse effects on the other. — Photos: Filepic

As the world commemorates World Health Day this year (April 7, 2024), it is imperative to reflect not only on the advancements in physical health, but also on the crucial aspect of mental well-being.

This year’s theme “My Health, My Right” resonates deeply, emphasising the fundamental right of every individual to attain the highest possible standard of health, including mental health.

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