How Listening and Talking Helps Liberians Move On from War

Liberia's civil war began 20 years ago last month, but for many the trauma lingers. In a country with no registered psychiatrist, a sociotherapy initiative aims to help thousands of survivors come together to heal the psychological impacts of the conflict, writes Lucinda Rouse for The New Humanitarian.

Traders in Monrovia's largest market district of Waterside on the morning the quarantine was lifted off West Point that's nearby.

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