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Amna Refugee Healing Network
Refugee Trauma Initiative provides vital psychosocial support to refugees experiencing trauma of war, torture and displacement. As part of our stated mission, we also train and support humanitarians, helping them to provide the best possible care for those in need. We believe that by connecting with communities in their own language, and by providing them with continuing care, support and guidance informed by psychological principles, we can help them to process their experiences and foster their integration into society. Our approaches are simple and scalable so that they can adapt to a variety of settings and programmes.
Resources and practices
Baytna Hubs – a network of identity-informed and trauma-informed ECD partners
Baytna Hubs is an initiative between Refugee Trauma Initiative (RTI) and Help Refugees, supported by Open Society Foundation, to scale up a...
Impact of COVID-19 on refugees in Greece
Everyday experiences are being lost behind the statistics about the COVID-19 pandemic. This is especially true for those already marginalised, such...
Resources to support psychosocial wellbeing, developed for refugee children, parents, and young people and for NGO workers
Refugee Trauma Initiative and our partners deliver Baytna - a trauma- and identity-informed model of Early Childhood Education for refugee children...