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MHHRI online training on                                            gender-based-violence  2021
To be able to obtain the MHHRI GBV training certificate, please submit your feedback regarding the training you have completed, including feedback on course structure and content. You can submit your feedback after going through the manual and watching the tutorials. By watching the tutorials and reading the manual and the tutorials  you will be able to answer the questions below. In order to receive the certificate we anticipate that your reply reflects understanding of the topics discussed. Please let us know that you have submitted the questionnaire by sending an e-mail to 

Before you start, watch tutorial No. 1 "Welcome to the first tutorial". This is a short introduction to the manual. This part gives you a general idea of the intention for making the manual, where to down load it, how it is out lined and how to read it. This refers to page 1-6 in the manual. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

(A tip can be to answer the questions in a separat document and then paste your reply into the questionnaire, some participants have experienced to loose the content when the computer did an update.)
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“Mental health and gender-based violence                                                                               Helping survivors of sexual violence in conflict – a training manual” 
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Questions about the contents of the e-training
1. After watching tutorial  No. 2 "Why the human rights based approach?" and reading and reflectin on page 10-11 and 30-31. Please give some examples on how the human rights approach can be useful in the work with survivors of sexual based violence? *
2. After watching tutorial No. 3 "How to be a good helper?" and reading and reflecting on page 34-35 and 74-77. Please describe your understanding of a good helper? *
3. After watching tutorial No. 4 "Helping the helper" and reading page 21, 139-140, what can be considered warning signals in terms of secondary traumatization and why is it important that you take care of yourself as a helper? And what would you consider good things to do to reduce the risk? *
4. Read page 13, 36-39. What are trauma reactions, and what are the 4 survival strategies often observed when persons are exposed to life threatening events, or events that may be serious blows to integrity, mental and physical? *
5. Why is it essential to learn about trauma-reactions and ways of dealing with these reactions when they appear? *
6. Read about stabilisation on page 40-41 and 78-83. List the five focus areas and reflect upon why it is important to look into them before and after working on stabilisation techniques with the survivor? *
7. Watch tutorial No. 5  "The metaphor of window of tolerance", and read page 72-73. Why is psycho-education about trauma-reactions important during the work with survivors of sexual base violence and how can the “window of tolerance-model” be used as a tool in this work? *
8. Please read page 18, 86-95. How can you use grounding exercises and how can they be helpful? Please give an example. *
9. Watch the animation about the Butterfly woman, and tutorial No. 6 "The Butterfly woman metaphor" and read page 16-17. It is possible to read the whole metaphor here How do you think the metaphor of the Butterfly woman can be used in the work with survivors?  If you do not think that this or other metaphor seems useful, please explain why. *
10. Read page 40-45. What is the intention of starting the story with the Butterfly woman’s good life? *
11. Read page 98-107 and mention some aspects that should be taken into account when working with the survivor before, during and after she reports the case. In which way can a helper support the survivor during the reporting process? *
12. Read page 110-117. What aspects should be highlighted when working with the survivors in order to support her in her process to find a good ending to her story? *
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