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Developpement Durable & Territoires ; 13(2), 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2307443


Since the pandemy, the carrying capacity of major railway stations has been restricted to respect the distance. In Asian metropolises, a tech-driven flow management system reinforces the surveillance of travellers and help the maintenance of a top affluence in station's buildings. In France, an attempt is made to space out travelers with less intrusive processes, such as signage and boarding protocol adaptation. A comparison between these two responses leads us to question what physical distancing does, here and there, to the practices and places of transit and to the economic injonction to densify flows in and around stations until now. Articulating the approaches of crowding science and health regulation in transit environments, the article presents a transcontinental comparison, and then questions the status of major station as post pandemic urbanism showroom.

Forced Migration Review ; 66:12-15, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1651769


PSTIC Associates help people manage their feelings of qualification, dependence, disappointment, and anger in an attempt to help them solve their problems. PSTIC also focuses on building self-help skills for families. For example, activities are designed not only for children, but also for families to build the ability to help their children. If you do not have a family, or if your family cannot help, PSTIC helps the community take responsibility for helping vulnerable members. COVID-19, PSTIC has enhanced information sharing via the MHPSS Facebook page, where information is shared in six languages. The Housing Initiative Team will ensure safe and affordable housing, resolve disputes with landlords, and provide emergency response to teach financial planning. In addition, the Health Advocacy Medical Team helps refugees access emergency medical care, and nurses also provide home care for sleepless people. Interventions at Levels 2, 3, and 4 of the MHPSS Pyramid assess needs, develop individualized case plans, and provide counseling and conflict mediation, community integration, advocacy, mentoring, and referrals. A trained refugee psychosocial team is involved. The team has intensive child and family protection management, gang violence mediators, school-based activities for boys to promote nonviolence activities, and specialized playgroups for children with special needs and their families. Offers. This team strives to minimize community stigma, promote community integration, and promote compliance with mental health care through home visits. The multilingual refugee counselor's counseling team provides short-term targeted counseling to individuals, couples and families, and the Egyptian psychiatrist's mental health team, along with mental health professionals, is a person with a serious spirit. Provides psychotherapy and psychiatric treatment to refugees at the PSTIC Clinic for illnesses. The urban environment poses many challenges in providing mental health and psychosocial support to refugees. In these situations, MHPSS interventions should be accessible to the most vulnerable people and designed for their unique situation. The community-based urban model PSTIC247 is internationally recognized and its international training institution welcomes trainees from 15 countries to participate in field-based training. The practices developed by PSTIC to address the challenges of Cairo's cities can provide lessons for those who work in the hearts of other cities.

Intervention ; 19(1):121-124, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1183963


The COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down. This included an immediate need to transition our Problem Management Plus (PM+) counselling from our counselling centre offices to the telephone. In this personal reflection, we explain how our counsellors made this transition and are able to offer a modification of PM+ by telephone even without seeing the eyes of those they were trying to counsel. © 2021 Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. All rights reserved.