Caluya Foundation is a non-profit organization. We provide culturally relevant mental health training, collaborative research, and humanitarian support. We are committed to increasing local capacities and empowering traumatized and marginalized communities throughout the globe.
We work with local teams and communities who desire to build and maintain safe, healing, and thriving environments for all.
Seven projects. Five countries that need
you the most.
All work is conducted in partnership with local healthcare personnel, NGOs, governments, educational institutions, interdenominational and interfaith organizations, and/or other appropriate entities, to provide the following services:
1. Trauma Recovery & Capacity Development
Culturally-relevant mental health resources and capacity development to support healing and resilience in traumatized individuals and communities, especially as a result of gender-based violence in low- and middle-income countries.
2. Mental Health Training
Culturally-relevant trauma-informed mental health training, specifically through peer support programs, for local mental health and para-mental health providers in low- and middle-income countries, rural communities, underserved and/or marginalized populations.
3. Mental Health Research
Conduct culturally appropriate research in collaboration with local mental health providers, researchers, and translators, to support effective assessment, intervention, and holistic empowerment.
4. Support human dignity, prevent inter-group violence & genocides
Mental health education and practices - to support human dignity, develop resilient individuals and communities, interpersonal mutuality, and prevent interpersonal violence & genocides.
Watch our video report from Sebei, Uganda
Tina Cheptoyek, Sebei, Uganda.