Tanneh, a Mental Health Counselor at ELWA3, asks her colleagues on the other side of the fence for supplies. She says her job is to give patients courage because they feel like they have lost their reason for living. She gives them hope and encourages them that "we have love for them." She also tells them that they are not responsible for their illness because many of them blame themselves. She's been working at ELWA3 for one week. Before that she worked for the Ministry of Health at the James M. Davies Hospital as a Psychosocial Counselor.