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Play for Peace Hanoi continues to host conversations around mental health, self-care, and well-being

Supporting mental health and well-being in our families, workplaces, and communities makes a significant difference. Play for Peace Hanoi continues to host conversations around mental health, self-care, and well-being for staff and youth participants. Here pictured, the PFP Hanoi team partnered with Core to host an art therapy session for their team for the Lunar New Year. This focus on personal well-being is crucial to building personal power. With this foundation, systems change skills are cultivated to support PFP club members in making real change in their communities.

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