Refugee Trauma Initiative is now called Amna
Nurturing joy& belonging
Amna specialises in supporting the psychosocial wellbeing of refugees and other displaced communities.
We help communities manage the insecurity, stress, and trauma that comes from conflict and forced displacement.
Six personal stories of displacement
Too often the voices and stories of refugees aren’t heard. Sada shares six stories of strength and survival from those who have experienced the pain of displacement.
What it’s like to be a war refugee
Living under the constant threat of violence has a lasting effect – even after you escape from danger, says Founder of Amna Zarlasht Halaimzai.
Support for Ukrainian refugees
Amna is responding to the emergency in Ukraine through three programmes of support for organisations supporting refugees and those who are internally displaced.
In six years, Amna has reached more than 10,000 people across Greece through trauma-sensitive and identity-informed psychosocial support.
Amna provides psychosocial support to break the cycle of intergenerational trauma.
Respect, Connection, Understanding & Curiosity
Asylum seekers and refugees are more likely to suffer from mental health challenges, even after they arrive at a place of relative safety.
Amna provides refugee communities with safe spaces where they can heal from the effects of conflict, war and displacement by reconnecting with others and becoming part of a community.
By supporting individuals, organisations and refugee communities to run safe spaces for restorative group activities, we help people regain their resilience and rediscover feelings of joy and belonging.
Announcing our Ukraine Response partners
We’re delighted to announce the eight partners we will be working with to support refugees fleeing Ukraine.
Refugee Trauma Initiative is now Amna
We are pleased to announce that Refugee Trauma Initiative is now Amna Refugee Healing Network.
Cristina Finch join’s RTI’s Board
We are delighted to welcome Cristina Finch to the Board of Refugee Trauma Initiative (RTI).
As the crisis continues in Afghanistan, Refugee Trauma Initiative (RTI) express our deep solidarity with Afghans everywhere.
Greece: Transfer Refugees and Asylum seekers to Safety on Mainland
Joint statement of 31 NGOs regarding Moria refugee camp fire.