My name is Marlène, I’m from Ghana and I was at al-Ajaza hospital. I don’t even know why I was there. I was put on heavy medication. I always felt very shaky, cold, and sleepy. At that time, I had finished my contract but I couldn’t travel because of my state. My employers put me in al-Ajaza hospital. I was very scared, recalling the threats and I wanted to die. An activist from the Ghana community contacted my employer to schedule another flight but still I wasn’t allowed to take the plane. I stayed at the Embassy shelter and I felt much better. I was finally able to fly home at the beginning of June 2016.