Promoting psychosocial well-being among children affected by armed conflict and displacement. Principles and Approaches

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Save the Children International

This paper was prepared as a contribution to the UN Study on the Impact of Armed Conflict on Children (the “Machel” study). It describes the psychosocial effects of armed conflict on children and outlines principles that should be factored into programmes designed to address psychosocial needs.

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