Adolescents in Humanitarian Contexts E-Learning

Adolescents in Humanitarian Contexts is an interactive module designed by Save the Children in the Middle East and Eastern Europe Regional Office, to support practitioners working with adolescent girls and boys in humanitarian contexts. This module is based on regional and global evidence on good practices and approaches working with adolescents in humanitarian contexts. It is tailored for practitioners working in the Middle East and North Africa region, but has global application. It will take about 3 hours to complete. We hope the module will become a reference material for our daily work with adolescents.

The module is available in Arabic and English.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this training module you will be able to:

  • Explain ‘who are adolescents?’ – broadly and in humanitarian contexts 
  • Identify the key domains of adolescent development and understand how the developmental stages differ for boys and girls, and for different age groups 
  • Explain how displacement and conflict can affect adolescent development and impact upon adolescent wellbeing 
  • Identify and be familiar with [Save the Children Middle East and Eastern Europe] ten core approaches to working with adolescents in humanitarian contexts

Demonstrate an understanding of what we, as practitioners, need to put in place to facilitate effective programmes for adolescents in a humanitarian context.

The links to the right are accessible to all. However, Save the Children staff are encouraged to take the e-learning on our LMS:

Adolescents in Humanitarian Contexts – English (Staff only)

Adolescents in Humanitarian Contexts – Arabic (Staff only)

 

Published 2019-05-23