Introduction to Child Protection in Emergencies - an Interagency Modular Training Package

This document is the psychosocial module of the Introduction to Child Protection in Emergencies and Interagency Modular Training Package. This module is divided into the following sections:

Part 1 presents a background to psychosocial issues including the overall impact of emergencies on psychosocial well-being, psychosocial effects of emergencies on children, and legal framework and advocacy activities.

Part 2 intervention planning presents psychosocial programming principles and priority activities, and co-ordination and sector support.

Part 3 psychosocial programming presents addressing basic services and security developing community and family supports, focused supports, and referrals to specialised services

This comprehensive document will be of particular interest to NGOs, DPOs (Disabled People's Organizations), international and national bodies and anyone else interested in child protection and psychosocial work with children and their families
 

Published 2014-02-07

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