UN Bhutan brings you the webinar on Mental health and Psychological First Aid during lockdown this Wednesday.
COVID-19 pandemic is causing so much fear, pain and suffering in the world. Bhutan has a small population and we should do everything to protect its people – physically, emotionally and mentally.
Join us for a live conversation with Dr. Chencho, Ms. Sangay C Namgyal and Ms. Tashi Lham from the National COVID-19 Mental Health and Psychosocial response Team to tackle challenges of #COVID19 and the #NewNormal.
Date: 2 September (Wednesday), 16:00-17:00 (Bhutan, GMT+6)
Venue: Zoom & Live streamed on UN Bhutan Facebook and Instagram Page
Link for Zoom: https://undp.zoom.us/j/97463131143
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