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UPDATE REGARDING COVID-19: Please note that the Artists at Risk Connection (ARC) is not a grantmaking program and is unable to assist artists financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Operates in Africa

African Centre for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture Victims

  • Services offered
  • Awareness Campaigns
  • Immigration and Legal Services
  • Trauma Services
  • Advocacy
  • Research Opportunities
  • Target demographic
  • Survivors of Torture and Trauma
Guidelines of assistance

ACTV provides free medical treatment, trauma, and psychosocial counseling, physiotherapy and legal advice to Ugandans and refugees.

Description

ACTV is the pioneer provider of services to survivors and victims of torture in Uganda. ACTV operates a medical referral centre that provides physical and psychological care. It aims to support the rehabilitation process of victims of torture by security agencies or by rebels in Uganda and neighboring countries. By conducting workshops and trainings, it raises awareness about the effects of torture.

Last updated Jan 17, 2020
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