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In honor of Int'l Women's Day, Ansam Abu Sabha, senior physiotherapist, CVT Jordan, writes about the efforts of a woman who came for care and then worked tirelessly to help other women.
Dr. Simon Adams, CVT president & CEO, writes about CVT's care for LGBTQ+ refugees in two locations in Kenya.
The CVT Ethiopia team held an event to launch their new project in Dabat as they prepare to begin seeing clients.
"If we are working alone, we will do little, but together we can do so much and that’s what CVT does and promotes," writes Ansam Abusabha, senior physiotherapist, CVT Jordan.
CVT Ethiopia commemorates ten years of healing and compassion, innovation and expansion, challenges and hope.
In commemoration of the 10-year anniversary of CVT Ethiopia, Firew Kefyalew Mekonnen country director, CVT Ethiopia, writes about the work of the team and how meaningful healing work is for the community.
To honor World Mental Health Day, the team at CVT Ethiopia-Gambella held activities to share information about the importance of mental health and the care that is available.
CVT Ethiopia Gambella honored the Int'l Day in Support of Victims of Torture with a day of information-sharing, speeches, dance and community.
Jessica Douglas, external relations officer, CVT Georgia, writes about the work underway to improve access to mental health care for all Georgians.
To commemorate 26 June, the UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, members of the CVT team in Nairobi and Kakuma reflected on their work and on what healing means to survivors.



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