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July-December 2019| Vol 17| Issue 2
From the editors: introducing Intervention’s special issue on the mental health and psychosocial wellbeing of Rohingya refugees
Welcome to the second Intervention of the year. This is a special issue focusing on the mental health and psychosocial wellbeing of Rohingya refugees.
In this issue, our contributors describe a ran...
How to conduct a mental health and psychosocial support situational analysis in a refugee-based emergency context: a case study example from Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
Early in 2019, a situational analysis of mental health and psychosocial support services for Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar was carried out jointly by International Federation of Red Cross R...
Integrating mental health into primary health care in Rohingya refugee settings in Bangladesh: experiences of UNHCR
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh. The greatly increased mental health needs are paired with limited resources for mental health care, particularly human res...
Physical activity as a psychosocial intervention among Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh: a rapid ecological community assessment
Over 907,000 Rohingya refugees are currently living in mostly makeshift camps in Bangladesh with limited resources to address their psychosocial needs. Physical activity is a scalable, low-cost inte...
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Contextual adaptation and piloting of Group Integrative Adapt Therapy (IAT-G) amongst Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh
A main gap in the delivery of mental health and psychosocial (MHPSS) services to Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar district in Bangladesh is the limited coverage of psychotherapeutic interventi...
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