The Kakhovka Dam Disaster is a blatant act of terrorism perpetrated in the midst of an unprovoked Russian Federation attack on Ukraine – with blame for the invasion squarely on the shoulders of the Russian Federation. It is impossible to say how long the impact of this disaster will be felt in the region, but the extent of the devastation is becoming increasingly clear. From lasting ecological effects to the immediate loss of life – people, livestock and wildlife alike – the impact is hard to comprehend. We must continue paying attention and continue doing all we can – both as individuals and organizations – to decrease suffering in the face of such atrocities.
To that extent, Languages of Care continues to focus on producing the most comprehensive library of the readily available best-in-class mental health materials that can assist providers of care and survivors in the field no matter the language. Below is a short actionable set of documents that might be useful at this time.
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Emotional Health Materials