Afghanistan MHPSS Working Group – MHPSS resources for Afghanistan (English, Dari, Pashto)

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  • The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) and AMERA International are working together to:
    – Connect available MHPSS services for displaced Afghans with organizations wanting to refer Afghans for support and treatment
    – Connect Afghans directly with MHPSS services for which they can self-refer, particularly through APRRN’s upcoming i…[Read more]

  • The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) and AMERA International are working together to:
    – Connect available MHPSS services for displaced Afghans with organizations wanting to refer Afghans for support and treatment
    – Connect Afghans directly with MHPSS services for which they can self-refer, particularly through APRRN’s upcoming i…[Read more]

  • Martha Bragin posted an update in the group Group logo of Afghanistan MHPSS WGAfghanistan MHPSS WG 9 months ago

    Will try to post the Afghanistan Study on Perceptions of Psychosocial Well being

  • Martha Bragin posted an update in the group Group logo of Afghanistan MHPSS WGAfghanistan MHPSS WG 9 months ago

    Will try to post the Afghanistan Study on Perceptions of Psychosocial Well being

  • valeflorez posted an update in the group Group logo of Afghanistan MHPSS WGAfghanistan MHPSS WG 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    Dear members, the articles from the 2018 Intervention special issue on MHPSS in Afghanistan from Intervention journal are now uploaded in this group. This issue contains a diverse range of articles that represents a diverse and multi-faceted approach to learning more about the psychosocial issues facing contemporary Afghanistan.

  • valeflorez posted an update in the group Group logo of Afghanistan MHPSS WGAfghanistan MHPSS WG 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    Dear members, the articles from the 2018 Intervention special issue on MHPSS in Afghanistan from Intervention journal are now uploaded in this group. This issue contains a diverse range of articles that represents a diverse and multi-faceted approach to learning more about the psychosocial issues facing contemporary Afghanistan.