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Wellbeing and the local church (short course)

A self-led online course on practical ways the local church can support community health and wellbeing following a disaster

Course details

English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
20 minutes

What will you gain from the course?

  • Insight into the unique role of the local church in supporting community health and wellbeing following a disaster.
  • An understanding of how to support communities affected by a disaster.
  • Access to multiple resources to support you and your church.
This short course has been taken from the in-depth online course Disasters and the local church.

Course highlights

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  1. Discover five ways the local church can engage in wellbeing and psychosocial care in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.

  2. Learn practical ways you and your church can support others who are affected and apply your knowledge in an activity.

  3. Explore a wide range of useful tools and guides to help you and your church support others in their wellbeing.

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What have previous learners said?

  • It helps with preparedness for any disaster in any given set up

    Sylvista Zambia
  • I like the methods used to reach the community affected by disasters and techniques of handling them to alleviate the trauma and pain to the victims.

    Faustin Tanzania

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