Giving Compass’ Take:
· This #Solvable podcast from The Rockefeller Foundation features Victor Ochen discussing treatment options for victims traumatized by terror and conflict.
· What role can philanthropy play in addressing this issue?
Post-conflict trauma is #Solvable. Victor Ochen explains how we can facilitate the healing process for victims of terror and conflict by treating both physical and emotional wounds and embracing leadership that chooses peace.
Victor Ochen is the Founder and Executive Director for the African Youth Initiative Network (AYINET) which has provided reconstructive medical repair to over 21,000 war victims of rape, mutilation, and gun shots. He also serves as the UN Goodwill Ambassador for Peace and Justice and is the first Ugandan and youngest ever African nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015.
Read the full article about post-conflict trauma at The Rockefeller Foundation.
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