Mental health project Tysha by OneUkraine is looking for experts in community capacity building interventions
Mental health project Tysha by OneUkraine non-profit is looking for experts in community capacity building interventions: support groups, family support groups and community forums.
If you have an experience with organizing, facilitating, supervising community capacity offline interventions, such as family support groups and community forums, we need your expertise in terms of collaboration in implementation of knowledge sharing workshops, supervision of Ukrainian facilitators and guidance in establishment of the groups in different regions in Ukraine.
As we are establishing such interventions in different regions in Ukraine, mostly in war-torn areas.
If you are interested, please contact Vlad Bakaliar [email protected].
Discover more about OneUkraine:
OneUkraine is an NGO (Berlin based and registered) with european founders and Ukrainian operations and leadership team. We have been working since day 1 of war in Ukraine, evacuated more than 6000 people to Austria, supplied humanitarian aid worth 5m Euro (mainly medication to the hospitals). Now we are setting up a mental health project in Ukraine with the big goal to help and to heal 2 million people in the next 2 years by training therapists the most efficient protocols.