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Colonization by Western European countries interrupted the evolution of these systems in many developing countries, as Western traditions supplanted earlier systems, including mental health care systems. Examples of developing countries using European systems of institutionalization or custodial care can be found in Southeast Asia in the early 1800s. In Singapore and Penang, lunatic asylums and hospitals for the insane were modeled after European facilities. No better than warehouses for people with mental illness, these institutions also housed criminals, vagrants, and other social undesirables.
Smith, S. C. (2005). Ending global poverty: A guide to what works. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Grass-roots programs and organizations help people in urban slums and rural areas break free of poverty. The author examines innovative and effective programs, describes how companies and foreign investors can help, and offers tools, guidelines, and suggestions. REFERENCES Action evaluation. (2006) An overview. pdf#search=%22action %20evaluation%22. American Psychological Association. (2006). About APA.
Relief was provided to each group: Dependent children were apprenticed or indentured; the able-bodied worked or were punished; and the lame, the blind, and other poor people unable to work received home or institutional relief. Third, the responsibility for the sick, the poor, and others in need rested ﬁrst with the family. If the family could not provide assistance, the government was responsible for doing so. By the end of the 18th century, a dramatic change in the care of people with mental illness occurred.