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No place like home? Children’s experiences of reintegration in the Kailahun District of Sierra Leone

Much work has been done to determine effective strategies for ensuring children’s safe return to families and communities, but less attention has been paid to children’s well-being once back in their villages or towns of origin. Save the Children UK conducted group discussions and in-depth interviews on the reintegration process with 211 girls and boys, ex-child soldiers and other separated children. The report suggests ten principles for good practice that could be used in a range of contexts.

Published 2010-04-12

Document Information

Publication year
2004
Format
pdf, 29p
Rights
The Save the Children Fund
Creative Commons License
None
Country
Sierra Leone
Identifier
No. 213890

Document Information

Publication year
2004
Format
pdf, 29p
Rights
The Save the Children Fund
Creative Commons License
None
Country
Sierra Leone
Identifier
No. 213890