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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Psychological First Aid Training Manual for Child Practitioners

The Save the Children Psychological First Aid Training Manual for Child Practitioners is a set of skills and competences that help staff reduce the initial distress of children caused by accidents, natural disasters, conflicts and other critical incidents. Although the overall focus in this training manual is on children, the training also contains activities on […]

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Parenting on the Move

The Parenting on the Move (PoM) programme package has been developed to support families to provide the necessary conditions for well-being, resilience, and education of children up to 12 years of age, in situations of migration/refugeehood. The programme has three components: parent workshops, family workshops (led by trained moderators), and materials for activities that parents […]

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Psychological First Aid for Children II: Dealing with traumatic responses in children

The PFA for Children II: Dealing with Traumatic Responses in Children training manual provides guidance for staff working with children who are severely affected psychologically by acute crisis. It is a supplementary training to Save the Children’s Psychological First Aid Training for Child Practitioners (2013), which lays the foundation for providing PFA. In some situations, […]

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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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Youth Resilience Programmes for children aged 14 and above

The Youth Resilience Programme: Psychosocial support in and out of school has been developed by Save the Children as an independent continuation of the Children’s Resilience Programme. The programme is a nonclinical psychosocial and protection methodology and framed within the concept of ‘I AM’, ‘I CAN’ and ‘I HAVE’ to capture the complex interaction of […]

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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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The Children’s Resilience Programme. Programme Management Training.

The aim of the training is to give participants an understanding of how to set-up, implement and manage the children’s resilience programme and how to use the resource kit. Participants will be introduced to the children’s resilience programme, psychosocial support and child protection and get an understanding of how activities in the children’s resilience programme […]

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