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Depression: Let’s Talk – World Health Day 2017

Stress ©madstreetzToday is World Health Day, which every year marks the anniversary of the World Health Organization. This year the chosen theme is depression, which is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide.

As an organisation founded by, and supporting aid workers, we are acutely aware of the stresses involved in responding to humanitarian emergencies. If you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed, you are not alone – and there are resources available to help you. Continue reading

A mindfulness session for stressed aid workers

Stress ©madstreetzAid work is stressful at the best of times, never mind in a sudden crisis. During our field work we’ve found mindfulness sessions really useful and often listen to them to take break from the day-to-day stresses. Envision Hypnotherapy has kindly made this session to help aid workers deal with the strain and work at their best. The session is 14 minutes long. Get yourself somewhere comfortable where you’re unlikely to be disturbed and give it a go.