The toolkit explains the relevance of psychosocial thinking in activities unfolding in a context with structural and armed violence, while demonstrating what this implies in everyday work. Although the focus of this toolkit is on regions of conflict, most of the individual «sheets» contained within are useful for work in other contexts as well. Indeed, it can be pointed out, for example, that psychosocial interventions have become a key component of emergency aid in the wake of natural disasters or epidemics, over and above medical assistance, delivering food and providing shelter.
The toolkit delves into the basic concepts of the psychosocial approach, discusses the psychosocial condition of various target groups, and outlines the psychosocial aspects of different sectors.
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