Activists say that at least one patient has been trying to get treatment since 2013.
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As humanitarian organisations sound the alarm over high malnutrition rates among Malawi's prisoners, one woman is trying to help keep inmates alive.
Diabetic patients who aren't treated properly risk having the smallest cut lead to an amputated limb.
There are too few psychiatrists, so a foundation is using a Canadian model to rehabilitate people.
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Men who abuse women have often been victims of maltreatment themselves resulting to the intergenerational cycling of abuse.
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