MHUNZA is a non-profit making whose work is to : 1.REDRESS and REFORM poor attitudes within the mental health sector. 2.Counter baseless ignorances about mental illness. 3.Cnfront injustices: and 4.Set users on the path to equity in their lives and in the services they use. The addressing the above mentioned issues will instil a sense of hope and confidence in mental health care, a discipline that has been marginalised for quite a long time now.This will bring the understanding of the nature of mental illness and its associated problems and the provision of quality and humane care in mental health institutions.It also seek collaboration with organisations that embrace similar objectives through sharing ideas and experiences.
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Mental Health Users Network Of Zambia(MHUNZA)invites you, its members and supporters in the promotion of Mental Health and Protecting the Human Rigts of people with mental health problems. People with mental health problems often suffer CRUEL, INHUMAN and DEGRADING TREATMENT. Many are isolated in psychiatric institutions under DEPLORABLE CONDITIONS that threaten their Health and their Lives.Others are Neglected and Left to a life of Hopelessness on the streets. This unpleasant experience by people with mental health problems CALLS for URGENT ACTION to protect people with mental health problems from sufferings that constitute a violation of their basic Human Rights. MHUNZA is inviting every concerned person in the promotion and protecting the vulnerable, powerless and abandoned people with mental health prblems by remembering us in your DONATIONS/ CHARITY, so that mhunza advances the work to which we are all dedicated. You may as well make unrestricted gift.The gift will be used for the general puepose of the organisation. For more information you can write to the PRESIDENT of the organisation or e-mail us. GOD BLESS.
Last updated: January 22, 2004
MHUNZA is a non-profit making whose work is to : 1.REDRESS and REFORM poor attitudes within the mental health sector. 2.Counter baseless ignorances about mental illness. 3.Cnfront injustices: and 4.Set users on the path to equity in their lives…