QualityRights in Mental Health – Ghana Project

QualityRights in Mental Health – Ghana Project

The human rights violations and poor quality of care and support for people with mental health conditions, psychosocial and intellectual disabilities have been well documented in recent UN.. More »

Stakeholder Meeting on QUALITY RIGHTS for People with Mental Health Conditions and Intellectual Disabilities in Ghana held

Stakeholder Meeting on QUALITY RIGHTS for People with Mental Health Conditions and Intellectual Disabilities in Ghana held

Human rights violations, quality of care and support for people with mental, psychosocial and intellectual disabilities, More »

National Launch Of QualityRights in Mental Health

National Launch Of QualityRights in Mental Health

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Mental Health Authority Advice Ghanaian Public On Mental Health

The Mental Health Authority has urged Ghanaians to be cautious during this festive season on issues that may directly or indirectly affect their mental health. “In spite of whatever challenges we might have gone through, within the year, we have

Gov’t Told To Make Mental Health A Priority In 2019

Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Willing Ways Foundation Ghana (WWF), Madam Lydia Abena Manu has charged on the Government and all Ghanaians to adopt a system of making mental health care and addiction as one of their

Stakeholder Meeting on QUALITY RIGHTS for People with Mental Health Conditions and Intellectual Disabilities in Ghana held at Best Western Premier Hotel, Accra on 20’TH September, 2018

Human rights violations, quality of care and support for people with mental, psychosocial and intellectual disabilities, have in recent times been issues of major concern among stakeholders in health, including the World Health Organization (WHO). This has pecked-up nations around