Training General Food Assistance Project GFA team on work stress in conflict areas
HUMAN ACCESS in Taiz Governorate conducted a training on work stress in conflict areas to empower the General Food Assistance Project GFA team with the necessary skills to deal with the pressures they face at work.
The training session, which included 50 male and female workers in the project team, covered a wide range of topics, including how to deal with work stress, team building, effective communication skills, and rediscovering oneself and one's positive and negative personalities.
When performing their mission in conflict areas, humanitarian workers are exposed to many pressures that negatively affect their performance. Thus, HUMAN ACCESS is keen to qualify the work teams with the necessary skills to manage and mitigate such pressures.
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