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Developing Locally Meaningful Indicators for Child-centered Psychosocial Programming in... - 0 views

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    Defining Success: Developing Locally Meaningful Indicators for Child-centered Psychosocial Programming in Uganda
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UNICEF - Egypt - Psycho-social support for children caught in violence on Egypt's streets - 0 views

  • CAIRO, Egypt, 18 FEBRUARY 2011 – UNICEF has launched a psycho-social support programme for children who were affected by violence during the uprising in Egypt in recent weeks.
  • According to preliminary figures announced by the Ministry of Health and by human rights organizations, 365 people – including 13 children, reportedly – were killed during the events in different governorates, and thousands of people were injured.
  • “In this psycho-social programme, we are preparing the teacher, the psychologist and the social worker to communicate actively with the children,” said Dr. Bahary. “This communication is based on listening and arts in order to give children a chance to express themselves accurately, and this of course will reduce their anxiety.”
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