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Welcome to Ngopi Wellness Foundation

Welcome and thank you for visiting the Irene Ngopi Wellness Foundation website. It is our desire to offer you useful information regarding mental wellness and community services to eliminate stigma, discrimination, poverty and access to services while promoting inclusion and participation. We hope you will find the content helpful; whether you or loved one are struggling with mental illness, a clinician, caregiver or an individual seeking support. We appreciate you spending time with us, while at the same time receiving a message of awareness, hope and healing. That being said, the resources available on this website are not intended to replace professional help and those who require such services are encouraged to contact a mental health professional.


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Mental Health Facts

  • Mental health conditions will affect 1 in 4 people throughout their lifetime.
  • Mental health does not enjoy parity with physical health in terms of budgeting, or medical education and practice.
  • Stigma is a significant determinant of quality of care and access to the full range of services required by persons with mental health conditions.
  • Almost 2/3 of persons with mental health conditions will not seek treatment for their condition.
  • Poor mental health is a predisposing factor for physical health problems.
  • Persons with mental health conditions have a much-reduced life expectancy compared with the general population, with an estimated drop in life expectancy of 20 years for men and 15 years for women.”
  • Less than 5% of general government health expenditures are allocated to address mental health, and this figure is significantly less in lower-income countries.
  • Mental health does not enjoy parity with physical health in terms of budgeting and attention, and this creates an unintended hierarchy where mental health is ranked lower than physical health.
  • In some countries, the only care available for mentally-ill individuals are in psychiatric institutions.
  • Some mentally ill individuals face significant human rights violations reflected in inhumane treatment to include shackling or locking up in confinement for extended periods of time.
  • Our mental health and that of those we care about is a matter of daily concern.

    Regardless of age, gender, socioeconomic or ethnicity, our health is our most basic and essential asset.

    “Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.” confinement for extended periods of time.
  • Mental health and human rights are interdependent. 

    Human rights violations like torture and displacement negatively affect mental health. 

    Mental health practices, and coercive treatment practices can hinder human rights. 

    The advancement of human rights benefits mental health.

    There are clinical and economic reasons, as well as moral and legal obligations to promote mental health care as fundamental to human rights

    “The right to health is a fundamental part of our human rights and of our understanding of a life in dignity”.

    of time.

  • The practice of not taking immediate action to help those most affected by mental illness is “a failure to respect, protect and fulfil the right to health.” 

    The right to adequate mental is realized when every man, woman and child, alone or in community with others, have the physical and economic access at all times to adequate care or means for its procurement. 

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Awareness, Hope and Healing


Meet our team, who were inspired by the life story of Irene Ngopi. Successful and loving practitioners Dr. Gillian Jingwa, DNP, PMHNP-BC; Dr. Colin Aminkeng, DNP, PMHNP-BC, Dr. Marilyn Fuanyah, DNP, FNP-BC, Jocelyn Jingwa, PMHNP-BC; Wence Asonganyi, Healthcare Administrator, and Kingsley Achankeng, Clinical Pharmacist. Irene’s life is shaped by her struggles through undiagnosed and untreated mental illness that left her severely impaired. Although Irene’s life will never be the same, she has transitioned from despair to hope to healing. Meet Irene and read about her story. We are able to stop others from going through similar experiences, and INWF is our chance. Through INWF, we create awareness, restore hope and pave the way for healing. Learn more about what INWF means to us.

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