UOSSM launched the second HPF project in partnership with OCHA “Re- enablement of Syrian children with special needs and /or more significant psycho-social presentations” - UOSSM Turkey

UOSSM launched the second HPF project in partnership with OCHA “Re- enablement of Syrian children with special needs and /or more significant psycho-social presentations”

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The onset of the current crisis resulted in the flight of many professionals and drained capacity in the field of MHPSS .There is almost complete lack of proper psychosocial service (mainly, in areas not under government control).

According to studies, surveys and clinical experience on the ground, 30 to 35% of children require further assistant, psychosocial support and/or more specialist intervention.

The project Objectives:

-Provide individual and group psychosocial support, behavioral modification, counseling and more advanced management plan and case management for identified in camps and towns in Dana area, and Ma’aret alno’aman area – Idleb.

- Provide services for children, with learning difficulties, speech difficulties, ADHD, motivational conduct and developmental disorders (autistic spectrum) Nocturnal enuresis and other general mental health difficulties like anxiety disorders and phobias.

-Provide more specific management materials and psycho-education for parents and teachers of identified children.

-Support relevant initiatives and consult and liaise with other NGOs.

- Enhance protection, resilience, coping strategies and benefits of addressing mental health and psychosocial needs.

- Advocate indiscriminate approach, equality and protection against gender based violence.

Target groups:
Internally displaced people, and host communities including :500 men , 1500 women , 7,000 boys , 7,000 girls.

 

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