‘I saw so much killing’: the mental health crisis of South Sudan refugees
As darkness fell, Rebecca closed the door to her makeshift home. The day was over. The 29-year-old, who had been uprooted from South Sudan to a north Ugandan refugee settlement, sat on the bed where her four children slept and, at around 10pm, tried to take her own life. “By then I didn’t care about...
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