For a refugee, access to mental health services can be difficult and daunting. During Team Azadi’s visit to Poland to conduct Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) workshops for Ukrainian refugee women and young girls, we realized that there was an urgent need to offer psychosocial support to those that have recently undergone a traumatic event, such as fleeing a war zone or losing loved ones.
Using our successful Training of Trainers model, we have now employed two women, both refugees from Ukraine, as a Lead Trainer and Assistant Trainer respectively. Our Lead Trainer is a certified psychologist herself, who will be conducting weekly group and individual sessions in a safe space where women are free to share their experiences and feel part of a community.
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Through our work we have improved the lives of over 5,000 refugee women through livelihood skills, psychosocial support and distribution of essential hygiene supplies during the pandemic.
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