"This evaluation reports on how well the United Nations High Commission for Refugees considers and provides for the well-being and mental health of persons of concern to the agency. Through a survey of UNHCR field staff, extensive literature and policy review, and key informant interviews with MHPSS experts from academic institutions, international agencies and non-governmental organizations, this review provides insight into how UNHCR’s current activities contribute towards improved mental health and psychosocial well-being of displaced persons and how UNHCR’s current policy frameworks relate to established practices and frameworks in the MHPSS field"
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Development/ Humanitarian; disability and emergency; human disasters (war & conflict); Health; mental health; Human rights; freedom from exploitation violence and abuse; Cross-cutting; attitudinal barriers; Inclusion; exclusion and discrimination; systems: service delivery; Disability and community; community; inclusive disaster response; Education; basic formal education; Disability and social diversity; displaced populations; refugees
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