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The training provides information about different types of SGBV as well as practical guidance on psychosocial support related to SGBV. The focus is on the direct response to survivors of SGBV. It provides participants with skills and knowledge on how to handle disclosures of SGBV and how to provide psychosocial support to people affected by... Read more »

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Theme: Volunteers and capacity building
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Different. Just Like you: A psychosocial approach promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities is aimed at professionals and volunteers who work with persons with disabilities. The concept of empowerment is central to the whole approach presented in this handbook which has two key aims: To create awareness of the importance of psychosocial support and... Read more »
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Different. Just Like you: A psychosocial approach promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities is aimed at professionals and volunteers who work with persons with disabilities. The concept of empowerment is central to the whole approach presented in this handbook which has two key aims: To create awareness of the importance of psychosocial support and... Read more »
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The ToT PowerPoint presentation accompanies the Caring for Volunteers training manual and the training PowerPoint. You will need this presentation to conduct a ToT for the Caring for Volunteers training.2. ToT PPT Caring for Volunteers
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These are the powerpoint presentation that was developed to be used in the Caring for Volunteers training sessions. In the manual, each activity has references to these PowerPoint slides.   1. PPT Caring for Volunteers – A Trainer’s manual
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Caring for Volunteers: Training Manual complements the PS Centre’s 2012 publication Caring for Volunteers: A Psychosocial Support Toolkit, which focuses on the well-being of volunteers in situations of crisis or catastrophe. The training manual was developed with the goal of better training and preparing volunteers in helping beneficiaries, and to help volunteers learn to recognize... Read more »
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The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies is responding to numerous epidemics worldwide. The cholera outbreak in Haiti in 2010 and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014 are serious reminders of the importance of raising awareness on the psychosocial effects of epidemics, particularly for individuals and communities with limited access... Read more »
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Different. Just Like you: A psychosocial approach promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities is aimed at professionals and volunteers who work with persons with disabilities. The concept of empowerment is central to the whole approach presented in this handbook
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A collection of handouts in word format, which can be translated into local languages. Please send a copy of any translations to the PS Centre: psychosocial.centre@ifrc.org Contains: Brochure on stress and coping Brochure on children’s stress and how to support Brochure on working in stressful situations Brochure on psychological first aid Info sheet – all... Read more »
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