Psychosocial Support in Flooding: Toolbox

Psychosocial Support in Flooding: Toolbox accompanies Key Actions for Psychosocial Support in Flooding: Creating resilience in urban areas.

The toolbox provides and overview of available tools that are relevant for psychosocial support in flooding situations. The toolbox consists of an overview of the tools, followed by a detailed description of each of the tools. The description of each tool covers the following points (if applicable):

  • Introduction to tool
  • Introduction to target group’s needs in flooding
  • Languages
  • Training needs
  • Adaptation to context
  • Tool location

(Source: Psychosocial Centre/IFRC 2017)

Toolbox (English), Resource Page, Announcement of toolbox
http://pscentre.org/wp-content/uploads/PSS-in-Flooding-Toolbox.pdf, http://pscentre.org/resources/psychosocial-support-flooding-toolbox/, http://pscentre.org/new-ps-centre-material-psychosocial-support-flooding/

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