A study conducted in 2017 revealed that in Moldova, three out of four people who suffered from major depression did not receive the right amount of treatment. Moldova recognized this and realized that increasing treatment wouldn’t fix the problem. Instead, they knew they needed to remove the stigma associated with mental health so that people were more willing to come forward about their problems. Prejudice and discrimination are big factors as to why people don’t come forward or delay treatment for as long as possible. The low spending by the government for treatment hasn’t helped either, resulting in huge gaps that take place between diagnosis and treatment.