Jamie’s Fund is supporting the development of mental health care in Uganda.
The Fund is working with hospitals and mental health practitioners in Uganda to improve the accessibility and quality of care available to people with a mental illness.
The treatment gap for serious mental illness in most low income countries remains a major public health challenge. On average, patients who have a first episode of psychosis are likely to remain untreated for more than 2 years.
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