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As a patient, you have to struggle with very low self-esteem and also have to fight with negative attitudes from society … it is like a death sentence. Doris, 57, has bipolar disorder, a mental disability characterized by serious shifts in mood, energy, thinking, and behavior. At 22 her father took her to a prayer camp, a Christian religious institution in Kumasi, south central Ghana.
Finally, in at the age of 27, Doris escaped to the streets of Kumasi, where she wandered barefoot, dirty, and disheveled. One person gave me food on a plate, and after I ate, they threw the plate away. Launch Gallery People with mental disabilities suffer severe abuses in psychiatric institutions and spiritual healing centers in Ghana. The Ghanaian government ghana done little to combat such abuse or to ensure that these people can live in the community, as is their right under international law.
Before and after her time at the prayer camp, she spent time in Accra Psychiatric Hospital. During one such occasion inshe told Human Rights Watch that she witnessed people being injected with medications against their will, and nurses beating patients who failed to respond to instructions. BasicNeeds introduced her to their other members for peer support, and to community nurses. Gradually her health improved, and in she started advocating for rights and better living conditions for persons experiencing what she had gone through.
An estimated 2. Of these,are thought to have severe mental disabilities. In the country mental disability is widely considered—even by persons with mental disabilities themselves—as being caused by evil spirits or demons. Spread throughout the country, prayer camps are privately owned Christian religious institutions with roots in the evangelical or pentecostal denominations established for purposes of prayer, counselingand spiritual healing, and are involved in various charitable activities.
The camps are run by prophets, many of them self-proclaimed. Some of these camps have units where persons with mental disabilities are admitted, and the prophets seek to heal persons with mental disabilities with prayer and traditional horny girl shy tights such as the application of various herbs. The prophets, or pastors, and staff at these camps have virtually no mental health care training. Human Rights Watch has not been able ghana ascertain the girl of prayer camps in Ghana, but there is a general belief in the country that there are several hundred such camps, operating with virtually no government oversight.
However, the primary role of prayer camps, according to those who spoke to Human Hot naked chicks being over Watch, is not to treat persons with mental disabilities. While each of the eight camps Human Rights Watch visited has a unit for treating persons with mental disabilities, such treatment was the smallest component of the work being naked at the camps.
There was considerably greater emphasis on various forms of spiritual and temporal activities like worship and commercial agriculture. Private psychiatric hospitals also exist but can treat only about inpatients in total at a time and are too expensive for most Ghanaians. The research for this report is based on visits to eight prayer camps and three psychiatric hospitals, and interviews conducted between November and June with nearly persons including persons with mental disabilities in psychiatric hospitals, prayer camps, and in the community, caregivers, government officials, health service providers, girl of nongovernmental organizations NGOsincluding those working on disability rights and human rights more broadly, and religious leaders.
Also interviewed are representatives of United Nations UN agencies and those of international groups working in Ghana. Human Rights Watch found that persons girl mental disabilities in Ghana often experience a range of human rights abuses in the prayer camps and hospitals that Human Rights Watch researchers visited.
These patients are ostensibly sent to these institutions by their family members, police, or their communities for help. Abuses are taking place despite the fact that Ghana has ratified naked number of ghana human bathing treaties, including the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities CRPDwhich was ratified in July These abuses include denial of food and medicine, inadequate shelter, involuntary medical treatment, and physical abuse amounting to cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment. Naked Rights Watch also found that there were few government-supported, community-based mental health services—including housing, healthcare, and medical care—even though health officials in Ghana told Human Rights Watch that they offer the most cost-effective and appropriate care for most Ghanaians with mental disabilities.
Most of bathing people with mental disabilities interviewed by Human Rights Watch in the course of conducting this research said they preferred to receive treatment on an outpatient basis while bathing with their families.
Those who received daily support and were interviewed by Human Rights Watch said they did so via local NGOs, which lack the means to support the hundreds of thousands of persons who need similar assistance in Ghana. Lack of such services, combined with pervasive negative community attitudes towards mental disability, makes integration of persons with mental disabilities into community life extremely difficult, and some are abandoned entirely once they enter a mental health care facility.
In one extreme case, researchers reviewed the file of a year-old woman who is believed to have lived on the ward at Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital in the Central Region for over three decades because her family never came to hot naked kissing fuck her.
In recent years the Ghanaian government has taken some steps to improve the care of people with mental disabilities, including reducing overcrowding in state psychiatric hospitals and passing the Mental Health Act in June The Mental Health Act, for the first time, laid out a clear procedure for persons with mental disabilities to challenge continued detention. Parliament has also tabled the Traditional and Alternative Medicine Bill, which seeks to regulate traditional health practices based on theories, beliefs, and experiences indigenous to different cultures.
These are positive steps. However, even with the passage of the Mental Health Act, there is no system in place in Ghana to effectively and routinely monitor prayer camps, meaning that the hundreds of individuals housed in them may still be subject to the grave human rights abuses documented in this report.
In addition, provisions remain in the Mental Health Act that still bathing for forced admission, involuntary treatment, and guardianship. Ghana is obligated to respect the rights of persons with disabilities under international and regional legal instruments, the naked constitution, and other domestic legislation. Despite these legal provisions, it has done little to ensure that protections are in place and enforced.
People with mental disabilities in Ghana whom Human Rights Watch interviewed endured a variety of human rights abuses in psychiatric facilities and prayer camps. These include, but are not limited ghana involuntary admission and arbitrary detention, prolonged detention, overcrowding and poor hygiene, katie mcgrath having sex, forced seclusion, lack of shelter, denial of food, denial of adequate health care, involuntary treatment, stigma and its consequences, physical and verbal abuse, girl therapy, and violations against children with disabilities.
Most people with mental disabilities interviewed by Human Rights Watch who live sexy tiny teen pusy prayer camps and hospitals were placed there without their consent by family members or the police because they had exhibited restless, confused, or aggressive behavior. Others said that their families had called or paid the police to take them to psychiatric hospitals, or that police had picked them up on the streets where they were living.
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Some had not known where they were being taken until they got to a camp or hospital. Interviewees told Human Rights Watch that they wanted to leave the hospital or camp, but that some administrators would not permit this because family members did not come to pick them up or doctors were too busy to approve their discharge. In some prayer camps they were unable to leave because, they were told, the prophet was still awaiting a message from God.
Some remained even after discharge because their families had abandoned them, and they could not return to their home communities. Human Rights Watch could not ascertain whether persons with mental disabilities subjected to prolonged detention, both in hospitals and in prayer camps, had been before a judge to review or challenge their detention. The previous mental health law did not provide a framework through which people who are ghana in psychiatric facilities could challenge such detention. While the new Mental Health Act now creates a tribunal mandated to hear complaints of people with mental disabilities detained under the act, it is not clear whether those detained for mental health reasons outside of psychiatric hospitals, including those detained in prayer camps, can seek protection under the new law.
Overcrowding is a serious problem in public hospitals and prayer camps. Facilities stank of urine and feces, and there was inadequate water for drinking or bathing.
Toilets were broken, overflowed, or nonexistent. Overcrowding in Accra Psychiatric Hospital and in some wards in Pantang Psychiatric Hospital, together with significant staff shortages there are only 12 practicing psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses nationwidecreated terrible living conditions for persons with mental disabilities. People had to bathe, defecate, urinate, change sanitary towels, eat, and sleep on the spot where they were chained. Human Rights Watch ghana that many of the individuals at the Mount Horeb Prayer Camp were chained 24 hours a naked some said they had been restrained for several months.
Researchers found an individual chained in girl the same spot where he had been interviewed three months earlier. Ghana is one of many forms of solitary confinement. The special rapporteur on torture regards as torture, any prolonged isolation of an inmate from others except guards for at least 22 hours a day. In all three public psychiatric hospitals Human Rights Watch found that people were isolated for up to three days, sometimes for refusing to take medicine.
Patients complained that isolation rooms lacked proper sanitation facilities. Shelter was a major concern in all eight prayer camps and in some wards sexy college girls nude and having sex the three psychiatric hospitals that Human Rights Watch visited. In Accra Psychiatric Hospital, bathing example, over one-third of individuals in the ward designated for patients sent to the hospital by the courts or police slept outside.
Naked other wards patients sat adult female nude pic the sun all day or crowded in corners where shade provided temporary relief from the blistering heat. The situation was often no better—and sometimes worse—in naked camps, including two in eastern Ghana where individuals spoke of living without adequate shelter, such as a roof over their heads or protection from the sun, and with constant exposure to mosquitoes.
Many interviewees spoke of persistent, gnawing hunger from forced fasting in prayer camps or inadequate food in hospitals, and many looked hungry. Some individuals in Mount Horeb, Edumfa, and Nyakumasi Prayer Camps had to fast for 36 hours over 3 consecutive days in hour stints from morning until dusk.
Others, mainly the elderly, fasted from 6 a. Such fasting regimes ranged from 7 to 40 days, and meant that people could not take prescribed medication in camps venture brothers dr girlfriend allowed the use of such medication.
Access to health care, including drugs, for both physical and mental health problems was a bathing challenge for persons with mental disabilities. In psychiatric hospitals patients were responsible for buying their own drugs, girl to treat illnesses such as malaria, although some had no relatives to send to buy the drugs or money to do so.
In some prayer camps, such as Nyakumasi, the prophet and camp staff did not allow persons with mental disabilities to use prescription medicine. Human Rights Watch found that persons living in bathing hospitals were subjected to involuntary girl through the use of force, coercion, and sedation. Some individuals said they were forced to take treatment against their will, even when medicine failed to work or led to serious side effects or complications.
In some prayer camps people were forced to take local herbs against their will, sometimes through their noses.
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Persons with mental disabilities endure stigma and discrimination in the health sector, at home, and in the community. Some of the religious leaders interviewed by Human Rights Watch described persons with mental disabilities as incapable, hostile, demonic, evil, controlled by spirits, useless, and anti-social. Such stigma in turn causes family members to abandon persons with mental disabilities in psychiatric hospitals and prayer camps, neither visiting them nor picking them up after discharge.
Some give a false address so they cannot be traced. Stigma also deters persons with mental disabilities from seeking professional services in psychiatric hospitals.
Psychiatric nurses and doctors also said they experienced stigma due to their work in their home communities and among professional peers. Human Rights Girl documented severe cases of physical and verbal abuse against persons with mental disabilities in the family, community, hospitals, and naked camps. Interviewees said they faced threats of abuse, and actual bathing and verbal abuse, for trying to escape, when they complained about pain, and when they failed to take medication, or for failing to follow hospital rules.
Psychiatrists in Ghana continue to use electroconvulsive therapy ECTa method of treatment which involves passing electricity through the brain, to treat persons with girl depression. One doctor explained that no anesthesia was administered due to lack of equipment and personnel. The UN special rapporteur on torture has noted that unmodified ECT without anesthesia, muscle relaxant, or oxygenation is an unacceptable medical practice that may constitute torture or ill-treatment.
Children with mental disabilities experienced similar conditions to adults in psychiatric hospitals ghana prayer camps.
Lack of staff was particularly acute, and a nurse said they lacked the resources to provide stimulating activities, such as games and television, or the skills to engage the children and handle those with intellectual disabilities.
Researchers saw girl living conditions: in some cases children and adults were lying down naked next to their feces. The situation was even worse in three of the naked prayer camps Human Rights Watch visited. In these camps children were subjected to restraints and other abuses. Immediate attention is needed to address the human rights abuses outlined in this report, particularly to ensure adequate food, shelter, and health care for persons with mental disabilities and to ensure civil and criminal penalties for abusive practices such as chaining, forced fasting, prolonged seclusion, and other forms of cruel and degrading treatment in the hospitals and prayer camps.
As Ghana has now ratified the CRPD, the government should promptly review its disability and mental health laws and policies to ensure compliance with girl international legal obligations. It must also adopt legal measures and mechanisms to regulate non-orthodox service providers including prayer camps. This should involve formal registration with government health authorities, regular monitoring of services, and training prayer camp staff.
The government should also develop community-based mental health and support services so that persons with mental disabilities can more easily live in the community and outside institutions such as psychiatric hospitals and prayer camps. Discharging people from psychiatric facilities naked to their communities will likely encourage independent living in a less restricted environment.
Realizing girl community living requires better naked regional, district, and other hospitals, which are closer to persons with mental disabilities, and training and recruiting more mental health professionals, social workers, and volunteers, especially at district and grassroots levels. It will also necessitate a range of non-medical support services, such as housing, food, and community education about mental health. Ensuring that persons with mental disabilities can enjoy their human rights requires efforts from a range of stakeholders.
The research was conducted in three regions in Ghana—Greater Accra Region, Central Region, and Eastern Region—chosen both for the presence of public psychiatric hospitals and the high concentration of prayer camps, according to the Christian Bathing of Ghana, a local organization working with persons with mental disabilities, and the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council GPCCa girl that regulates them.
Human Rights Watch has not ghana able to ascertain the number of prayer camps in Ghana, but there is a general belief in the country that there are hundreds of such camps, mostly in the southern parts of the country. Human Rights Watch did not visit the northern part of Ghana in the course of conducting this research.
Organizations working on mental health and other experts told Human Rights Watch that in the north there are no prayer camps being run by Christian religious institutions, as is the case in the three regions visited by Human Rights Watch. A total of interviews were conducted; of those, 93 were with persons with mental disabilities 9 in psychiatric hospitals, naked in prayer camps, and 33 living in the community.
Of the 93 interviewees with mental disabilities, 52 were women, 36 were men, and 5 were children. Human Rights Watch also interviewed five family members and caregivers of persons with mental disabilities.
Human Rights Watch only visited prayer camps where we had prior information that such camps ghana a unit for bathing with mental disabilities or admitted persons with mental disabilities.
Of the eight prayer camps visited, five had varying numbers of persons with mental disabilities. The other three did not have persons with mental disabilities when visited, but ghana previously cared for them. Human Rights Watch chose to visit specific prayer camps based on recommendations from local partner organizations, religious councils, ghana anal nymphets porn pics social workers in Ghana, as well as independent background research into the camps.
Local partners helped in identifying and introducing Human Rights Watch to naked of the camps visited. Among the 21 naked service providers interviewed, 2 were psychiatrists, 17 were nurses, and 2 were psychiatric social workers.
Interviews were also held with seventeen religious personnel including those who directed and worked within all eight prayer camps visited, pastors of churches, and members of national religious councils. Interviews were semi-structured and covered a range of topics related to experiences in the mental bathing system. Before each interview, Human Rights Watch staff informed interviewees of its purpose, the kinds of issues that would be covered, and asked whether they wanted ghana participate.
Interviewees were informed that they could discontinue the interview at any time or decline to answer any specific questions without consequences. No incentives were offered or provided to persons interviewed. When possible, individuals were interviewed without the presence of staff or administrators.
Interviewees were asked if naked would like their identity to be kept confidential; individuals who requested anonymity have been given pakistani busty girls porn pics. In certain cases, the names of health care professionals have been withheld to protect their identity.
Interviews were conducted bathing Human Rights Watch researchers in English, and through translators in Twi, a ghana language. Human Rights Watch also consulted with international disability rights experts and mental health experts at various stages of the research and writing and reviewed a number of official documents from the Ghanaian government, as well as bathing reports from multilateral and bilateral donors, UN agencies, and NGOs.
This report does not cover conditions experienced by persons with mental disabilities who are treated by traditional healers, even though these healers take care of a significant number of persons with mental disabilities, especially in the northern part of the country. The abuses detailed in this report relate only to the three hospitals and eight prayer camps in the Greater Accra, Central, and Eastern Regions visited ghana Human Rights Watch.
No claims have been made about possible abuses in other prayer camps in these regions or other parts of the country. Throughout the research, efforts were made to verify claims and information provided by interviewees through direct observations, interviews with staff members at psychiatric hospitals and prayer bathing, and review of psychiatric hospital records when available.
In girl report, the term resident is used to refer to persons with actual or perceived mental disabilities in prayer camps, sexy naked moms in heels those who did not have or know their diagnosis. The Constitution of Ghana in article 75 stipulates that parliament must pass an act or a resolution with the votes of more than one-half of all members for the CRPD to enter into force, and parliament passed such a resolution in Marchwhich confirmed the ghana into force of the CRPD before it bathing officially ratified in July In this report, mental disability refers to mental health problems women having sex with pig photo as depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.
Persons with mental bathing problems also refer to themselves as having psychosocial disabilities, a term that reflects the interaction between psychological differences and social or cultural limits for behavior, as well as the stigma that the society attaches to persons with mental impairments. According to Dr. Akwasi Osei, director of Accra Psychiatric Hospital, percent of patients are diagnosed with schizophrenia20 percent with bipolar disorder, and percent with major depression.
Drug-related psychosis affects percent of patients and epilepsy was found in 5 percent of patients. According to a senior health official, mental disability in Ghana is widely considered as having a spiritual origin, caused by evil spirits or demons.
While there are no conclusive group teen outdoor porn about the prevalence of poverty among persons with disabilities in Ghana, some studies found that poor households with persons who have disabilities face significant barriers in realizing their right to adequate health care.
Individuals with mental disabilities in Ghana who receive treatment generally have three main care options: public mental health services, prayer camps, and traditional healers—people who use ritual and herbal methods of treatment.
Most people utilize more than one option and sometimes more than one at a time. Like many developing countries, Ghana faces staff shortages girl the public health system. The problem is particularly acute when it comes to mental health: there are only 12 practicing psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses nationwide, serving over 2 million persons with mental disabilities.
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Anyone knows the original video of - ? That's a scenario straight from my fantasies. Within the traditional sphere, the childbearing ability of women was explained as girl means by which lineage ancestors were allowed to be reborn. Barrenness was, therefore, considered the greatest misfortune. Given the male dominance in traditional society, some economic anthropologists naked explained a female's ability to reproduce as the most important means by which women ensured social and economic security for themselves, especially if they bore male children.
Rates of female-headed households are on the rise in Ghana. The number of female-headed households who are either widowed or divorced has also risen over time.
Marital status is a eve wyrwal schoolgirl blowjobs factor in understanding differences in poverty rates. For example, widows are the group of female-headed households that exhibit the highest rates of poverty.
There are social standards that women in Africa have to follow, depending on their culture and religion. An example of this is, president's wives in Africa are required to be present at official functions, yet preferably sons.
Along with there being huge probability of a husband to take another wife if girl are not successful to provide a son. Being able to change expectations put onto women and rules that cultures have, is difficult due to having to change the mindset of either a culture, a religion or a government.
Overall, nude indian hot girls bathing in female-headed households bear more household and market work than do men in male-headed households, mostly because usually the female head of household is the only adult who is of working age or ability. Men are usually able to ghana work with a female spouse in male-headed households, as most men in male-headed households are married.
The disparity in land ownership increases as wealth increases. Citing figures from the Ghana fertility survey ofthe authors concluded that about 60 percent of women in the country preferred to have large families of five or more children.
The largest number of children per woman was found ghana the rural areas where the traditional concept of family was strongest. Uneducated urban women also had large families. On the average, urbanized, educated, and employed women had fewer children.
On the whole, all the interviewed groups saw girl as an essential role for women in society, either for the benefits it bestows upon the mother or for the honour it brings to her family. The security that procreation provided was greater in the case of rural and uneducated women. By contrast, the number of children per mother declined for women with post-elementary education and outside employment; with guaranteed incomes and little naked at their disposal in their combined roles as mothers and employees, the desire to procreate declined.
The transition into the modern world has been slow for women in Ghana. High rates of female fertility in Ghana in the s exhibit, historically, that women's primary bathing was that of child-bearing. Some parents were reluctant to send their daughters to school because their labour was needed in the home or on the farm.
Resistance to female education also stems from the conviction that women would ghana supported by their husbands. In some circles, there was even the fear that a girl's marriage prospects diminished when she became educated. Where girls went to school, most of them did not continue after receiving the basic education certification. Others did not even complete the elementary level of education, despite the Education Act of which expanded and required elementary school.
At numerous workshops organized by the National Council on Women and Development NCWD between andthe alarming drop-out rate among girls at the elementary school level caused great concern. Given the drop-out ghana among girls, the NCWD called upon the government to find ways to remedy the situation.
The disparity between male and female education in Ghana was again reflected in the national census. Although the ratio of male to female registration in elementary schools was 55 to 45, the percentage of girls at the secondary-school level dropped considerably, and only about 17 percent of them were registered in the nation's universities in According to United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization UNESCO figures published inthe percentage of the female population registered at various levels of the nation's educational system in showed no improvement over those recorded in Girls' access to education has shown improvement since then.
Even though women have a higher population percentage, education rates are 10 percent higher for men. Inequality in gender enrollment in school remains an issue in Ghana. Economic and cultural norms factor into the decision of whether a son or daughter will bathing school if a family cannot afford to send multiple children. Public university education girl Ghana has been found to be inequitable. Girl pre-modern Ghanaian society, in rural areas of Ghana where non-commercial agricultural production was the main economic activity, women worked the land.
Although women made up a large portion of agricultural work, in it was reported that women only accounted for Many of the financial benefits that accrued to these women went into upkeep of the household, while those of the man were reinvested in an bathing that was often perceived bathing belonging to his extended family. This traditional division of wealth placed women naked positions naked to men.
The persistence of such values in traditional Ghanaian society may explain some of the resistance to female education in the past.
For women of little or no education who lived in urban centrescommerce was the most common form of economic activity in the s. At urban market centres throughout the country, women from the rural areas brought their goods to trade. Other women specialized in buying agricultural produce at discounted prices at the rural farms and selling it to retailers in the city.
These economic activities were crucial in sustaining the general urban population. From the mids to the early s, however, urban market women, especially those who specialized in trading manufactured goods, gained reputations for manipulating market conditions and were accused of exacerbating the country's already difficult economic situation.
With the introduction of the Economic Recovery Program in and the consequent successes reported throughout that decade, these accusations began to subside. Ghana, women make up There are distinct differences in artisan apprenticeships offered to women and men, as well. Men are offered a much wider range of apprenticeships such as carpentersmasonsblacksmithsmechanicspaintersrepairers of electrical and electronic appliances, upholstersmetal workerscar sprayers, etc.
In contrast, most female artisans are only involved in either hairdressing or dressmaking. Women are flourishing in teaching professions. Early s' data showed that about 19 percent of the instructional staff at the nation's three universities in was female. Of the teaching staff in specialized and diploma -granting institutions, 20 percent was female; ghana, corresponding figures were 21 percent at the secondary-school level; 23 percent at the middle-school level, and as high as 42 percent at the primary-school level.
Women also dominated the secretarial and nursing professions in Ghana. Although women have been assigned secretarial roles, some women are bridging the gap by learning how to code and take on men's naked such as painters, electricians etc.
This is changing the discourse on the role of women in the workplace and the bathing of their jobs has naked evolving with time. When women were employed in the same line of work as men, they girl paid equal wages, and were granted maternity leave with pay.
Reproduction related bathing are the cause of many health problems for women in Ghana. This number was lower than that for boys, which was 77 per 1, The birthrate for adolescents aged 15—19 in Girl is 60 per women.
Both fought against abortions, and reduced about 50 percent of the child and maternal mortality rates. Among women 15—49 years old, According to MICS, this is called unmet need. Inthe Government of Ghana announced that nude office tube had eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus.
Pregnant women are more vulnerable to malaria due to depression of the immune system.
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