Mental health, South Sudan prison : News Photo

Mental health, South Sudan prison

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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] A mentally ill woman, who wardens identified as Sandy, stands naked in a squalid cell, in Juba's Central Prison, in South Sudan, Oct 22, 2012. There are no dedicated mental health facilities in Africa's newest country, so families often dump sick relatives at the nearest jail, where staff have little training or medication with which to treat them. Juba women's prison also houses four death row inmates. France, the EU and church groups have called in the government to suspend executions.
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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] A mentally ill woman, who wardens identified as Sandy, stands naked in a squalid cell, in Juba's Central Prison, in South Sudan, Oct 22, 2012. There are no dedicated mental health facilities in Africa's newest country, so families often dump sick relatives at the nearest jail, where staff have little training or medication with which to treat them. Juba women's prison also houses four death row inmates. France, the EU and church groups have called in the government to suspend executions.
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