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Moonlight, emotions and peacebuilding in Bangkok

In the gardens of Bangkok’s Golden Mount Temple one recent evening, under the light of the full moon, I was speaking with Venerable Napan Santibhaddo Thawornbanjob. 624 more words

A will to live - A Testimony of love

A will to live – Irene Nyamua shares her story

My husband and I found out that we were HIV+ in 2005. Sadly, my husband died shortly after getting started on the treatment. 345 more words

How to communicate with adolescents about HIV Care and treatment: tips from Ministry of Health training of counselors at Reach Out Mbuya.

By Geraldine Kauma

Do you work with youth and adolescents, especially in talking about sensitive issues such as HIV/AIDS and sexual/reproductive health?

What you’ll learn in this article:

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The refugee crisis in Greece: training border security, police, volunteers and aid workers in psychological first aid

Author(s): Nikolaos GKIONAKIS


Abstract: As the Syrian refugee crisis continues unabated, Greece remains one of the first ports of sanctuary. While the country is still gripped by one of the worst financial and societal crises of the past 40 years, little attention or funding was available to provide mental health and psychosocial support to migrants or refugees.

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Mainstreaming mental health and psychosocial support in camp coordination and camp management. The experience of the International Organization for Migration in the north east of Nigeria and South Sudan

Author(s): Guglielmo SCHININÁ; Nuno NUNES; Pauline BIROT; Luana GIARDINELLI; Gladys KIOS



This article examines the efforts of the International Organization for Migration to mainstream mental health and psychosocial considerations into camp coordination and camp management, through capacity building and provision of direct psychosocial support.

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Young Mothers meeting; Empowering young women on financial skills, health best practices and legal rights for behavior change in the community

Saturday 22nd October, saw many ladies come in to the Kinawataka site of Reach Out Mbuya HIV/AIDS Initiative to attend a meeting for the mothers below 25years who are termed as young mothers. 1,001 more words