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Indonesia’s COVID-19 health emergency is taking a toll on the mental health of its people. Psychologist Sandersan “Sandy” Onie has turned to technology to address mental health issues through a project that uses Google AdWords to reach out to those in need, particularly people who are having suicidal thoughts. When it is complete, the as-yet unnamed project will direct internet users who google suicide-related keywords to its landing page that offers helpful resources.
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