I Support My Friends

“I Support My Friends” is peer to peer psychological first aid that is specifically adapted for training children and adolescents (9-17 years old) to support their friends in distress, under the mentorship and guidance of trusted adults. […]

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The Adolescent Kit for Expression and Innovation

The Adolescent Kit for Expression and Innovation is a package of guidance, tools, activities, and supplies to support adolescents ages 10-18, especially those who are affected by humanitarian crises. The Kit aims to bring about positive change in adolescents’ lives through arts and innovation. The activities offer adolescents the chance to express themselves, experiment, solve […]

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Fun, Safe, Inclusive: A half day module on facilitation skills

This manual has been specifically developed by Save the Children in response to requests from the field to provide a short training module on facilitating programmes for children. It can be used as a stand-alone training tool or as part of a comprehensive training on psychosocial and resiliencepromoting activities for children, adults and families. […]

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The Children’s Resilience Programme. Facilitator Handbook 1. Getting Started.

The children’s resilience programme aims to enhance the psychosocial wellbeing and protection of children. The programme recognises the key role of parents and other caregivers, teachers and community providers and seeks to equip them in the care and protection of the children in their communities. Children’s resilience programmes can be run in schools or in […]

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The Children’s Resilience Programme. Facilitator Handbook 1. Getting Started.

The children’s resilience programme aims to enhance the psychosocial wellbeing and protection of children. The programme recognises the key role of parents and other caregivers, teachers and community providers and seeks to equip them in the care and protection of the children in their communities. Children’s resilience programmes can be run in schools or in […]

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