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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused widespread mental and emotional distress globally, particularly affecting marginalized communities. In Nepal, the rate of suicides has risen since the start of the pandemic and lockdown. Despite the harsh conditions, frontline workers such as psychosocial counselors and women human rights defenders are working tirelessly to combat the increasing gender-based violence and mental health issues, but the risk of burnout is high. To address this, Tarangini Foundation has been conducting virtual self-care sessions for frontline workers to build resilience and prevent burnout. The sessions focus on self-care, stress management, and burnout prevention. The foundation's aim is to create a pool of highly resilient frontline workers to ensure better psychosocial well-being for the people they serve.

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