Studies, Reviews and Research

The Children of Kabul: Discussions with Afghan families

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Publication year:

2003

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English

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Format:

pdf. 77p. (544.0 KiB)

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Publisher:

Save the Children US

The study explores three main topics : • well-being goals for Afghan children; • the threats children face in achieving well-being; and • the coping resources children already have for dealing with their difficulties.The findings of the research are relevant for all who seek to provide assistance to Afghan children – and war-affected children worldwide – as they come to terms with the challenges they face, and try to make better futures for themselves. Save the Children’s immediate recommendation is for a holistic, child-focused psychosocial approach in designing, implementing, evaluating, and continuing support programs for the great majority of the children of Kabul and all of Afghanistan.

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Format

pdf. 77p.

Rights

© Author/Publisher

Keywords

Child development

Children and armed conflict

Displacement

Mental Health

Poverty

Separated children

Trauma

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