Tara Banu is a 16-year-old from Pabna in Bangladesh who suffers from schizophrenia. She has tried to kill herself on a number of occasions. Her family believe they have no option other than to keep her in chains since she was discharged from a mental health institution. Mental health is largely neglected in Bangladesh, as well as other parts of South Asia. There is only one government-run mental hospital in the country and it is estimated that there is only one psychiatrist for every million people.Launch Slideshow 8 PHOTOS
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