Burundian crisis: Psychological support at the MEO Center

A year ago the situation in Burundi became very unstable. President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to run for a third term without the consensus of the majority of the citizens and the inaction of the international community have resulted in over 400 deaths, more than 250,000 refugees

#BreakTheChains Indonesia - HRW

Human Rights Watch (HRW), an organization with whom we have partnered in the past, is campaigning against the human rights violations that the mentally ill suffer from in

Georgia: FdH supports Promotion of Rights of children and Adults with Psychosocial disabilities

March 16-17-18, 2016 Two weeks ago we were invited as partners to a workshop in Tbilisi, Georgia to promote the rights of children and adults with mental illnesses

E-Mental Health in Lebanon

A cost-effective and scalable intervention for anxiety and depression
  Last week FdH traveled to Beirut for a three-day planning meeting for our new e-mental health project


The Intangible Needs of Migrant Children

by Luigi Carletti, translation by Yves Margarita, photograph by François Struzik It is only when you look into their eyes that you truly understand what we are dealing with: unaccompanied migrant minors.


Switzerland: Group Therapy for Survivors of Torture and War

The Context
Over the past few decades, Switzerland has become home to a large Balkan, Asian and African population. Many of them originally came seeking protection.