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CSOs urge gov’t to pay attention to Mental Health

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the Upper East Region, have appealed to government to pay special attention to mental health care in the country. While commending government and Parliament for the passage of the Mental Health Bill, and the establishment of the Mental Health Authority, the CSOs stressed the urgent need for government to vote more money into the Mental Health Fund, for the implementation of the earmarked activities and programmes stipulated in the Bill. The CSOs made up of the Coalition of NGOs in Health, Rural Initiatives for Self-Empowerment-Ghana (RISE-Ghana) and Basic Needs Ghana, made the call at » Read More

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