VILNIUS - The Lithuanian parliament's Commission for Suicide Prevention has asked the nation’s new government to earmark funds in next year's budget for training over 7,000 specialists to recognise and respond to suicide risks.
The commission is asking the government to increase next year's allocations to the Health Ministry by 715,413 euros and to appoint an institution in charge of organising training for 7,062 specialists in municipalities with the highest suicide risk level.
According to 2015 data from the World Health Organisation...
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