Jada'an, a young Yazidi child, was one of 15 children rescued from ISIS' last stronghold of Baghouz in eastern Syria in March. However, after spending five years under the clutches of ISIS, he is struggling to reintegrate into his community.
The "10 Organisation" has set up a psychosocial support program for school students in the city of Barakat in the southwestern district of Ghat in Libya. The organisation also brought a team of specialised doctors to to alleviate the residents' suffering.
The United Nations with the support of local partners in Libya have organised training workshops to teach cadres from the cities of Tawergha and Misrata psychological and psychosocial support methods. The cadres will then be a part of a centre which delivers psychological support to locals in the two cities.
The Department of Psychological Support and Counseling in the Ministry of Education organised a workshop in Sibrata entitled "Our Success Is for You" in order to train teachers and provide them with psychological counseling.
Due to the horrors that they witnessed during ISIS' rule over Mosul, many residents developed psychological disorders despite them escaping the city. Doctors are attempting to treat many patients, however, the sheer number of patients makes it hard to give them full treatment.
Children from Syria have been psychologically traumatised by the war that has affected their country for 7 years. NGOs and volunteers from Kuwait went to refugee camps in Lebanon in order to provide the children with education.
Volunteers in the city of Qamishli in northern Syria have concerned themselves with establishing a cultural and educational centre for children. The centre focuses on helping children get rid of their memories of war.