Putting communities at the center of the mental health agenda in Ghana


Dambai, Ghana – When Kwabena Asare*, 32 from Bodada in Ghana’s Oti region developed a mental health condition in 2018, he sought help from the health centre and received medication and support, which is helping him to recover. However, he is concerned that the lack of support from family and friends is undermining his recovery efforts.


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