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Children of grade one drawing their negative emotions during the Mandala psychosocial support session in Iraq
He flew his paper plane and smiled
In his first-grade classroom, a boy sends a paper plane flying. What may seem like a simple act, it actually carries a deeper meaning. After the conflict with ISIL in Iraq, many children lost their parents, their homes and were displaced. Many children were still carrying the effect of their experiences and some have even developed psychological stress and resulting behavior change.
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