Researcher of the Month: April

Mr Salifu Manneh, our researcher of the month of April shares with us how people living with all kinds of mental health issues can be cared for. He shared that, his organization is trying to help people understand that institutional care is not always the best form of care. Rather, we should to look at how we can support people local communities, like we have always done.

Salifu Manneh’s story on how he got into health care, hosted by Syerramia

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