The psychosocial handbook provides guidance in managing psychosocial support programmes and sets out a two-day training workshop with psychosocial activities specifically designed for young men living in difficult conditions. Resilience-Programme-for-Young-Men
Moving Together: Promoting psychosocial well-being through sport and physical activity
WHO facilitator guide on Psychological First Aid for Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak is a useful resource designed to orient support staff, volunteers and delegates responding to the epidemic and offering psychological first aid (PFA) to affected communities.
To develop the capacity of Red Cross psychosocial workers to adequately address the PSS needs in the Ebola outbreak, guidance materials and PowerPoint presentations are available here for download, along with a three-day programme to train trainers who are able to further disseminate the PSS knowledge and skills to frontline workers.
In order to provide psychosocial support to staff, volunteers and delegates responding to the outbreak of such a deadly and infectious disease, the PS Centre has developed a briefing note on psychosocial support in the context of Ebola. Other useful documents and information are included in the following briefing package.
To ensure that family and friends of delegates obtain as much information as possible in the context of Ebola, this PDF document offers basic information about the disease, the resources available and ways to support a deploying family member or friend.