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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.
Stanley Malonza, physiotherapy supervisor, CVT Kakuma, writes about his work and a client's difficult, but successful, journey to healing.
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.
Yusra Al-Kailani, CVT psychotherapist and resilience programming trainer, delivered this speech on 26 June, 2020, at a United Nations event: “Combatting Torture and Ill-Treatment in Times of COVID-19: Testimonies from the Ground.”
Randa Peter Anthony, rehabilitation assistant, CVT Kalobeyei, writes about her work with survivors and the ways that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted her and her clients.
Ansam Abusabha, physiotherapist, CVT Jordan writes about the changes and empowerment she sees in her clients as they go through the healing process.
Edna Gicovi, psychotherapist/trainer with CVT Nairobi, writes about the challenges confronted by clients since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joseph Wesonga, physiotherapist/trainer, CVT Kakuma, writes about how his work with clients continues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ahmad Al-Shouly, CVT Jordan social services manager, and Hadeel Al-Mkhaimer and Esraa Janajreh, social workers, discuss their efforts to help clients cope with the challenges they are facing during the pandemic.

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