Workshop: Faith-sensitive psychosocial support: What does it mean in practice?

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Many people have a strong faith or religious identity. When disaster strikes and they have to leave their homes, they don’t leave their faith behind. It stays with them in their efforts to flee and to rebuild their lives. The humanitarian community has been relatively silent on how to respond to this. Political and religious… Read more »

Planning and M&E training

Finding out which interventions and activities work, how they work and why they work (or not) is a major challenge in psychosocial programming. But meeting the challenge is critical to accountability, learning and capacity building. In May 2016 The PS Centre offers a three day training in “Programming and M&E for psychosocial interventions” in Copenhagen for experienced psychosocial support programme managers