schizophrenia

 
Mental healthcare must back peace efforts
Mental healthcare must back peace efforts
Early this morning my phone beeps. The message is from my friend Rose in Juba, South Sudan. She is a devoted women’s rights activist. With the...
72 hours to care: The precarious road to psychiatric help
72 hours to care: The precarious road to psychiatric help
Dinah Mbalati was still in bed when she heard it. Something heavy was being dragged across the house’s concrete floor. Then she could make out...
A family’s unspoken curse
A family’s unspoken curse
Family reunions are as rare as chicken teeth, as my aunties would say. But every time we connect, I look at my cousins and wonder who among us will...
We cannot continue to suffer in silence
We cannot continue to suffer in silence
Sometimes I wonder whether other people ever feel so heavy that it seems almost impossible to wake up and face the day.
Growing up with a mother who has schizophrenia is tough on a child
Growing up with a mother who has schizophrenia is tough on a child
In the summer of 1995, Ayanda Mokoena* and her mother got into a heated argument....
​The mentally ill are not alone in Kenya
​The mentally ill are not alone in Kenya
Kiima Kimwe* (37) whistles cheerfully as he unlocks the shop and sets about his morning routine. He switches on equipment, straightens stacks of...

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