La publicación es una guía práctica que contiene herramientas específicas de atención psicológica y psicosocial a migrantes en las diferentes etapas del proceso migratorio. También incluye actividades específicas de cuidado y asistencia a migrantes y autocuidado de personas que atienden a esta población. Destaca de este manual la posibilidad de replicar las actividades en diferentes contextos y según el perfil multidimensional de las personas migrantes en la región de Mesoamérica.
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The proposed project will contribute to strengthen institutional capacities for immediate services to returned Salvadorans. Activities will take place under three main components: 1) Improve infrastructure and equipment for responding to immediate needs of returned Salvadorans; 2) Strengthen technical and operational capacities of the Department of Attention to Migrants for providing psychosocial assistance to returned Salvadorans with special needs; 3) Increase knowledge at the national level on concrete options for socio-economic reintegration of returnees.
The general objective of the project is to contribute to the reintegration of unaccompanied minors returning from the U.S., in an effort to protect their human rights to be fulfilled through four main components: (1) Return to communities of origin, (2) Family reunification, social and educational reintegration, (3) Prevention in communities and schools, (4) monitoring.
The main objective of this project is to develop a Central American joint initiative on the health of migrants and their families to contribute towards a regional health approach bringing together governments, civil society organizations, development partners, academia and the private sector.
The main objective of this project is to contribute to the strengthening of governments’ capacity in El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Honduras in order to address the health needs of inbound and outbound migrants using a regional approach.
To contribute to reducing the prevalence of HIV in the population of female sex workers (MTS) in Latin America and the Hispanic Caribbean by strengthening their grassroots organizations so that they are able to participate and engage in public debates to improve public policies and programs for MTS.