After decades of civil war, Somalia has one of the highest rates of mental illness in the world. But without a single trained psychiatrist and virtually no resources to provide care, the country is struggling to meet patients' needs. As James Reinl reports for Foreign Policy, one man is attempting to fill the void: Abdirahman Ali Awale, known locally as Dr. Habeb despite his lack of formal medical training, has become one of Somalia's largest mental health care providers, running half a dozen clinics across the country. Here's a look at the inside of his Mogadishu facility.
Above, a patient of Habeb's lies on a mattress on the floor of one of Habeb's mental health clinics on June 16, 2013.