Providing psychological first aid to refugees fleeing Ukraine
A tragedy is unfolding in Ukraine and more than six million refugees have already fled to neighbouring countries. The impacts of this war will be felt for years in the minds and bodies of people but care at the point of crisis can help prevent long term impact on mental and physical impacts of experiencing violence and forced displacement.
Amna is responding to the crisis in Ukraine and providing psychosocial care to refugees as they flee their country. We are working with local organisations to set up safe spaces for refugees so that they can access vital psychological first aid. We also provide free introductory trainings on safe, trauma-sensitive practice for individuals and organisations working with refugees.
Find out more about the partners we work with in Ukraine and neighbouring countries and register for an introductory training below.