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Humanitarian well-being: Addressing the intimate partner to promote humanitarian well-being, a literature review
Katie Spencer
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Before my time? Addressing the intergenerational legacies of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda
Veroni Eichelsheim, Lidewyde Berckmoes, Barbora Hola, Theoneste Rutayisire, Annemiek Richters
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Trauma Alleviation Treatment for unaccompanied children after the Rwandan Genocide: A cautionary tale
Sameera Shukanta Nayak, Sowmya Kshtriya, Richard Neugebauer
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The case for—and challenges of—faith-sensitive psychosocial programming
Wendy Ager, Michael French, Atallah Fitzgibbon, Alastair Ager
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Geographies of adolescent distress: A need for a community-based psychosocial care system in Nepal
Nawaraj Upadhaya, Carola Tize, Ramesh P Adhikari, Dristy Gurung, Ruja Pokhrel, Sujen M Maharjan, Ria Reis
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