Of the approximately 31,000 displaced children, due to terrorism in Cabo Delgado, the majority suffer from psychosocial disorders, such as depression, generalized anxiety, panic and social phobias. The information was released today, in Maputo, by the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Action, at the start of the eighth Regional Meeting on support for this group of people. the population, mainly children. At the opening of the eighth regional meeting on psychological support, the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Action said that there is work in progress to assist children who resent the effects of armed violence. that the Government of Mozambique, with the intervention of other partners, is acting in Cabo Delgado, in different spheres, in order to create a healthy environment for the children who are suffering at the moment. We know that, at the level of Cabo Delgado , we have around 31,352 displaced children,” said the director of the Department of Children in Difficult Situation of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Action, Vladimir Nomier.Par to this initiative, the authorities already have a plan. “In any case, a localization work is underway for subsequent reunification of conditions. For those children who do not have the possibility of meeting their families again, we will prioritize reception over conditions”, he stressed. For REPSSI, an organization Non-governmental and Government partner in the project to assist children, adolescents and young people in need of psychosocial support due to terrorism and the COVID-19 pandemic, Cabo Delgado province should deserve everyone’s attention.” The purpose of this forum is that there is a global interest in the development of means of psychosocial assistance, which involves looking for new work mechanisms, gathering experiences from different social contexts, as is the case in the province of Cabo Delgado. psychosocial intervention”, said Patrick Mangen, regional representative of REPSSI. The sixth regional meeting on psychological support runs from 13 to 15 of This October, in Maputo City, with the participation of several non-governmental partners. Source:O País

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