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This webinar focuses on provision of psychosocial support to staff and volunteers in emergency settings and humanitarian interventions. Ensuring the well-being of staff and volunteers is crucial to providing quality and effective services in crisis situations. Yet, this aspect has not always received the attention it deserves. it is presented by Tineke van Pietersen and Winnifred Simon from Antares Foundation, and by Despina Constandinides, Danish Red Cross, MENA.
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This webinar series and discussion forum is presented by the IASC MHPSS Reference Group and mhpss.net with support from UNICEF.
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