AFGHANISTAN NEWS AND VIEWS: Inside Afghanistan’s only high security mental institution

February 14, 2018

February 8. 2018 for BBC

 

 

Afghanistan has been at war for nearly 40 years. The conflict has claimed over two million civilian lives and the cost to the nation’s mental health has been enormous.

The BBC’s Sahar Zand has gained access to the country’s only high security psychiatric institution.

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“This video is about street kids because:
• Streets kids are under a lot of mental pressure;
• They lose the chance to get an education;
• The likelihood that they will be recruited by insurgent groups and gangs is high;
• They should play but they work.
There are thousands of kids on the street who make a living by begging, waxing shoes, washing cars and much more.”

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