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Supporting mission personnel and humanitarian workers worldwide


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    When to use this form Please use this form to ask us to add your link to our external resources page or to tell us about broken links on our external resources page. But please read the following first.

    Our core purpose The core purpose of our website is to provide psychological support to expatriate humanitarian and mission workers, especially those based in the developing world or in cultures very different from their own.

    Want us to add a link? We often receive requests to add links to our external resources page. We will consider adding links which assist our core purpose. It is always good to hear when people have found our link page helpful. But it is beyond the scope of our website to provide comprehensive resources for mental health or expatriate living, or to advertise other websites of minimal relevance to our core purpose.

    When we won't add a link We do not normally add links in response to unsolicited contacts or if we do not know you. In our experience, adding such links has caused unwanted work and not helped our users. We have limited time and cannot always respond to requests to add links. Please consider before asking us to add a link.

    When we won't respond to you We may not respond to spam, or questions irrelevant to our services.

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