Innovative solutions are required to provide mental health support at scale in low-resource humanitarian contexts. The team aimed to assess the effectiveness of a facilitator-guided, group-based, self-help intervention (Self-Help Plus) to reduce psychological distress in female refugees. This paper discusses their findings following a cluster randomised trial in rural refugee settlements in northern Uganda for female South Sudanese refugees with at least moderate levels of psychological distress.
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