Ariananews report about the mentally patients who have been ostracized from their families.
Afghan leaders have vowed to use an infusion of international aid to improve medical services and have made mental health a priority. Yet the Kabul hospital is struggling to improve therapy and expand neighborhood clinics in an extremely poor country where mental health treatment remains a luxury.
Bano Bilqes, one of the patients of this center was a teacher before suffering her mental illness.
After hearing about the death of her brother, an intense pressure came on her nerve system that led her to be affected by mental illness.
Experts estimate that 60% of the Afghan populace suffers from mild to severe mental illness.