S'porean doctor helping Ukrainian grief counsellors

The aim is to prepare the volunteers to provide peer support for people around them in Ukraine. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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SINGAPORE - Singaporean Ann Toh is drawing on her expertise in dealing with grief, bereavement and loss to co-lead an initiative that will support front-liners in Ukraine.

Currently in its pilot phase, it will see trained volunteers buddied up with caregivers, such as healthcare workers, counsellors, and humanitarian workers, in Ukraine.

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