Tabish aims to improve mental health and psychosocial well-being of individual Afghan citizen inside of Afghanistan and reduce suffering among all community that we work with. Tabish staff implement community-based psychosocial services that build upon existing strengths and resources, empowering communities, groups, families, and individuals to care for themselves and each other. The programming helps survivors address the grief, fear, isolation, and distress that can result from forced flight, surviving or witnessing violence, loss or separation from family, and the daily stress of living on the margins of foreign cities or in IDP camps.
Tabish offers integrated and stand-alone psychosocial activities that are tailored to each community and to individual refugees to help them establish new lives built on dignity and self-sufficiency. Our programming is consistent with the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Guidelines on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings. Areas of focus include