It exploded while she and her cousins were playing with it.
Photo taken 20 August 2006. Courtesy IRIN.
Crossing sector/discipline zones.
Crossing conflict/calamity zones.
As a member care field.
"The Banyan is a not for profit organization based in Chennai, India. It works for the cause of homeless persons with mental illness. Over the last 13 years, The Banyan has rescued over 1500 women and enabled close to 1000 women, not just recover from the illness but to also trace their lost steps back to their families and communities." See the short video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THdLdJDc6go
Conference Preview for Geneva Health Forum 2010—Movement for Global Mental Health
The Movement for Global Mental Health was launched in 2009 in Athens. Its purpose is to improve services for people with mental health conditions worldwide, promote human rights/protection of those affected, and for more research in low-middle income countries. Psychiatrist Professor Vikram Patel explains that mental health deserves an equal footing with other major health problems such as HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria and maternal health.
2. Which of the four interviews above interested you the most and why?
3. What is an international health area and/or international issue that really interests you?
4. Briefly mention how you stay practically informed and connected to an international health area or international issue.
5. List three ways that member care workers and those with member care responsibility can benefit from staying connected to international health areas and international issues.