The Children of Kabul: Discussions with Afghan families

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.

Published 2010-09-10

Document Information

Publication year
2003
Format
pdf. 77p.,Ill., Tab
Rights
Copyright© June 2003, Save the Children Federation, Inc.
Creative Commons License
None
Region
South Asia
Country
Afghanistan
Our thematic areas
Child Participation

Document Information

Publication year
2003
Format
pdf. 77p.,Ill., Tab
Rights
Copyright© June 2003, Save the Children Federation, Inc.
Creative Commons License
None
Region
South Asia
Country
Afghanistan
Our thematic areas
Child Participation