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Dr. Adaobi Iheduru, LP, clinic manager and psychologist, CVT Georgia, writes about her work with clients and their resilience during the pandemic.
Hikayat (a pseudonym), works in a hospital in Amman today after fleeing her home in Sudan during the war. She is sharing her story in hopes of justice and safety.
Winnie Chao, physiotherapist, CVT Kalobeyei, writes about the journey her clients undertake and the positive results they gain.
Noor (a pseudonym) fled to Amman, Jordan, from her home in Syria. She found CVT Jordan, and now she is sharing her story so that others learn about what happened in Syria.
Darlene Lynch
Curt Goering, CVT executive director, and Darlene Lynch, head of external relations, CVT Georgia, detail the deadly new enemy confronted by torture survivors in ICE detention: the COVID-19 pandemic.
Andrea Cárcamo, senior policy counsel, describes this administration’s latest efforts to obliterate asylum under the guise of protecting people from the pandemic.
The CVT Uganda-Gulu team is adapting care in the time of COVID-19 and caring for clients across the region.
As COVID-19 spreads around the world, people can take steps to help refugees and asylum seekers.
Andrea Cárcamo, senior policy counsel, writes about the urgent need to designate Venezuela for temporary protected status.
Michelle Rodenburg
The public charge rule never should have been implemented and is dangerously irresponsible, explains Michelle Rodenburg of CVT’s D.C. office.

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