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PSS and VP Rapid Assessment Tool - Emergencies and Recovery 2015This guide provides standards and directions on how to carry out rapid needs assessment for Psychosocial Support (PSS) and Violence Prevention (VP) initiatives including child protection and sexual and gender-based violence. In particular, this rapid assessment tool is designed to help gather data in an efficient and effective way to help inform integration of PSS and VP issues, as minimum standards, into the broader disaster management action plans in response to an emergency. The guide is published jointly by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and Canadian Red Cross.
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The latest issue of our magazine deals with issues of violence, focusing on psychosocial support for those affected by the on-going conflict in Central African Republic, and following typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, as well as gender-based violence. The magazine also highlights the mental health gap and what is being done to improve it.
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Broken Links: PowerPoint presentation for training module Broken Links: Training Module is a one-day training module includes activities and discussion points, providing volunteers and staff with tools for a solid foundation in supporting people who have been separated from loved ones. It also offers concrete and valuable guidance on self-care. The PowerPoint slides accompany the... Read more »
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Broken Links: Training module Broken Links: Training Module Broken Links: PowerPoint presentation for training module Broken Links: Training Module is a one-day training module includes activities and discussion points, providing volunteers and staff with tools for a solid foundation in supporting people who have been separated from loved ones. It also offers concrete and valuable... Read more »
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Strengthening Resilience was developed in answer to the growing demand for guidance on how to implement psychosocial support activities. It is designed to provide the practitioner with a range of possibilities when planning psychosocial support activities. Drawing on case studies and programme descriptions from psychosocial interventions around the world, the book presents fundamental methods of... Read more »
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