CONDEMNED – A call to action. You can help!

Posted on December 7, 2013 by admin

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REQUEST THAT PEOPLE WITH POWER TAKE NOTE AND TAKE ACTION

‘CONDEMNED’ raises awareness of an important and neglected issue. The book is a campaigning tool that aims to have People With Power (PWP) take notice and take action. ‘CONDEMNED’ the book is being sent to such people. We need your help. This is what you can do:

- go to http://www.fotoevidence.com/condemned-0, buy ‘CONDEMNED’. Make the delivery address “FotoEvidence, 178 Frost st. 3L, Brooklyn, NY, 11211, USA” In the comments section write “this book is for Robin Hammond to send to ‘name’ or ‘to a PWP of his choice’”

- then send Robin a message (a facebook private message or an email from the contact form on this website) informing him that you have purchased a book for a PWP. You can suggest an individual or leave it up to him.

- Robin will sign the book, send a personalized message, and request action on your behalf. You can suggest the message or leave it to Robin.

note: Robin makes no money from sales of this book

HELP ORGANISATIONS WORKING ON MENTAL HEALTH IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES IN CRISIS

The following organizations desperately need financial support to be able to continue their important work. Please help them if you can:

Home of Hope in Uganda provides basic needs, social protection and inclusion, and improved standards of living for children with disabilities. You can donate via this website: http://sonriseministriesinc.com/homeofhopedonation.html

GRT works to enhance the mental health caring capacity of local partners and public health authorities in Puntland and Somaliland. Bank information: Gruppo per le Relazioni Transculturali, Banca Popolare di Bergamo, Agenzia Corso Italia,22 – Milano IBAN IT54 T054 2801 60100000 0034318

Community Association for Psychosocial Services (CAPS) Sierra Leone facilitates the healing of traumatized survivors of torture, war and organized violence through psychosocial services to promote community culture for post war Reconstruction and Development. More here: http://enablingaccesstomentalhealthsl.com/partners/eamh/caps/

The Carter Center Mental Health Program in 2010 launched a five-year initiative to help create a sustainable mental health system in Liberia that will address a broad range of mental health conditions. For more information: www.cartercenter.org