The War Trauma Foundation is a Netherlands based organization which aims to strengthen psychosocial skills of local people and organizations in (post)conflict areas by giving psychosocial support to children and adults affected by conflict and violence.
Intervention is published three times a year and especially focuses on:
The Journal publishes articles that are relevant for professionals working in areas of armed conflict and other humanitarian emergencies, and for those working with refugees throughout the world. Intervention publishes articles based on empirical research, practical experience, and literature reviews. The aim is to bridge the gap between the world of academics and that of practitioners, and to make new insights accessible for field workers. Intervention therefore is an essential tool in spreading the latest information for and gained from the field of mental health and psychosocial support.
The journal regularly publishes articles of HealthNet TPO staff. In the past years, among others, Mark Jordans, Navarjaj Uphadaya (TPO Nepal), Patrick Onyango (TPO Uganda), Wietse Tol, Marian Tankink, Hafiz Faiz, Herman Ndayisaba and Willem van de Put contributed to the journal. The next issue (issue 9.2) is published in July. This issue will pay attention to, among others, participatory action research on young mothers in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Uganda