The Ugandan parliament is debated a revised version of the anti-gay legislation Friday. But most people are more focused on the growing turmoil in the capital. The gay bill is really a non event there.
In developing countries, even when people with mental illness receive medical treatment, they often have trouble fitting in. A program in Uganda aims to change that by training people with mental illness to earn a livelihood. Joanne Silberner reports.
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