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Impact of Psychological Distress on Children’s Learning

Tanzania has been prone to both natural and man-made disasters such as droughts, floods, accidents, earthquakes, and locus invasions. These disasters affect livelihoods; destroy infrastructure, cause food shortages and health problems. The Uncontrolled explosions of bombs on 29th April 2009, at the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) armouries in Mbagala military facility, in Dar es Salaam must have been a terrible experience, with psychological as well as physical consequences.

 

Citation: Messo IN (2014) Trauma Leaves Children Behind: Impact of Psychological Distress on Children’s Learning . J Trauma Treat S4:013.

 
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