A key factor in personalized care
Words and subtle nuances from peer supporters who hail from the same countries as our mothers and have had relevant experiences of migration to Greece have the potential of opening a whole new world of understanding. Concepts come alive when spoken directly in the native language and presented in culturally appropriate ways.
Most of AMURTEL’s P2P trainees, themselves refugees or migrants, have not only shown great enthusiasm and dedication to learning but, according to their feedback, have gained in confidence and realized they could be agents of change and role models amongst their peers.
I had problems breastfeeding my two children and no one was there to help me. But now when I see women struggling, I know I can help them to have better experiences than I had.
Farah, P2P trainee- AMURTEL Bienniel Report 2018/2019