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GUYANA

Mental illness is one of the saddest and most distressing illnesses affecting about one in every four persons in Guyana. Bishop Francis Alleyne OSB hoped this “disturbing information” perturbs all Guyanese as this would remain with him until he hears that the numbers have changed significantly in favour of good health and well-being of the people of Guyana.

In his Good Friday reflections, the Bishop of Georgetown called on citizens to increase their spiritual and pastoral support for those with mental health challenges, their families, and carers.

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