As of mid-2021, over 84 million people globally had been forcibly displaced, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
An October 2020 UNHCR report states that “one in five – 22.1 percent – of the adult population in conflict-affected areas have mental health problems.”
A 2018 Report by Global Mental Health stresses the importance of actively exploring the integration of Internet and phone technologies into mental health services.
Global Mental Health recommends that “mental health interventions” are simple, can be delivered by paraprofessionals or peers, are self-managed, and address multiple problems. 
“In all this work,  Pilot Studies will need to pave the way for larger randomized controlled trials and investigations of effectiveness under real-world conditions.”
design & build

Cutting Edge Tools for Refugees, Mental Health Workers, and NGOs to Build Culturally valid Healing Communities

Assessment Tools to Identify what Context and Cultural Barriers the Assessment Team must address to succeed

Design & Build Tools Refugees use to create Evidence-based Interventions & Courses for their Context & Culture

A Mobile App allows Refugees to deploy their Trauma Recovery Courses using a Self-directed Small- Group Format