Trauma Care Training
helping people recover from forced displacement by strengthening community, faith and emotional well-being
It is nothing short of traumatic to be forced to flee your home and country. Trauma is often compounded while living in refugee camps, vulnerable and uprooted.
Need: Refugee pastors and church leaders need understanding and tools to care for the people within their communities that suffer from unresolved trauma.
Goal: In partnership with Wheaton College and the Humanitarian Disaster Institute, we are training and equiping refugee pastors and church leaders to better understand and care for traumatized people. Our ultimate aim is to develop qualified trainers within the refugee community who can then equip others.
Strategy: IAFR is bringing teams consisting of professors and graduate students from Wheaton College Graduate School to offer trauma care training to refugee pastors and church leaders through our refugee partner, United Refugee and Host Churches (URHC).
Opportunity: Help sponsor a Trauma Care Training team to Kakuma. The cost is US$ 4,500 per person. Trauma Care Training teams generally consist of 4 people.
Project Partners: United Refugee and Host Churches, Wheaton College Graduate School