CAMHA Launch – May 2019

Care and Action in Mental Health for Africa (CAMHA) is a Non-Governmental organization, registered in Ghana with the principal aim of promoting mental health care in Ghana and across Africa. As part of our effort in promoting metal health in Ghana, we launched our...

Situational Report – Ghana’s Mental Health Care

Mental illness is largely neglected and an invincible illness. The symptoms of mental illness cannot be detected in a simple blood test and it does not get passed on from one person to another by coughing or touching and these illnesses are shrouded in shame and...

Report on clinical update

Background Report on clinical update and continuous professional development for 60 trained nurses at Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital from 22nd to 26th April 2013 Volunteer nurses Ghana was formed in 2001 in Ghana by nurses. The aim is to support, educate the youth and...

Training at Pantang

Training workshop in reflective learning at Pantang Nurses Training Collage Development of the nursing profession is an essential goal of nursing education. One way to reach the goal is by clarifying professional status, a status which for the most part is transferred...
Senior Psychiatry Nurses Training in Ghana

Senior Psychiatry Nurses Training in Ghana

Training for 45 Senior Nurses in Ghana CAMHA (formerly Volunteer Nurses Ghana VLNGH), in September 2009 held a training workshop for Psychiatry Nurses in Ghana [See photographs here]. The participating nurses came from all the three psychiatry hospitals in the country...