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Save the Children
Save the Children’s Child Resilience Programme is a nonclinical psychosocial and protection methodology that focuses on children’s positive coping and resilience. Inspired by the Resilience Research Centre, Save the Children’s interpretation of resilience states that resilience is about people’s will and ability to overcome challenges and develop in a healthy and positive way in spite of difficulties. Resilience is therefore a process rather than a state of being.
This publication introduces Save the Children’s Child Resilience Programme: how it works, what are its objectives, and where it can take place.
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