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Children in War: the role of Child-to-Child activities in the therapy and care of displaced unaccompanied children

In ‘Children in War’ Paul Eunson looks at the issues facing unaccompanied children and the high vulnerability of their situation. He looks at the systems that can or cannot be put in place to cope. Paul also explores the use of Child-to-Child activities as a means of assisting with such issues as post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD). Finally he assesses how Child-to-Child can reduce dependency on expatriate workers and induce sustainability in refugee relief centres.
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Rebuilding Young Lives: Using the Child-to-Child Approach with Children in Difficult Circumstances

This publication looks at six different case studies, each with a focus on children in difficult circumstances. From Bhutanese refugee camps to unaccompanied child refugees in Zaire, the issues of partnership working, maintenance of rights and sustainability are explored. The remarkable resilience shown by children coping with disaster and trauma is also discussed. Download this bookClick here for the full document (PDF - file size 3MB)

Child-to-Child and Children Living in Camps

Child-to-Child and Children Living in Camps is designed for teachers, health workers, group leaders and others. The book illustrates ways in which Child-to-Child activities can be used to improve the health and well being of children living in camps. Water and sanitation, malaria, disability and preventing accidents are some of the topics covered within in the four chapters.
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Helping children affected by Natural Disasters

Children surviving natural disasters like earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis have several challenges to cope with.  They suffer trauma from loosing friends, family members, homes and possessions and witnessing devastation in their communities.  These children along with their families and communities also face the further threat of disease and illness due to shortages of food, clean water, shelter and poor hygiene conditions.
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Early Years Children Promote Health
Case Studies on Child-to-Child and Early Childhood Development

This book includes case studies from projects that use the Child-to-Child approach to work with children who are 0-5 years old. It also includes activity sheets on 6 health topics (Playing with young children Parts 1 & 2, Understanding Children's Feelings, A Place to Play, Feeding Young Children 1 & 2) that can be used to work with children in their early years. 
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Mpika Inclusive Education Project Report

Learning Together in the Mpika Inclusive Education Project' is a report of a three-year project to promote inclusive education in Mpika District, Northern Province, Zambia. The project was funded by Comic Relief through the Child-to-Child Trust. A short video film about the project is also available. For further details contact Dr Tashmin Kassam Khamis, Chief Executive Officer, Child-to-Child Trust, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL, UK (email: ccenquiries@ioe.ac.uk
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Mine Risk Education Booklet

This activity booklet provides ideas on helping children be alert to the dangers in mined areas, how to avoid these dangers and how to encourage others to do the same. It is aimed at those planning mine risk education projects for children and for those involved in mine awareness programmes as teachers or trainers. 
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Child-to-Child: A Practical Guide, Empowering Children as Active Citizens

This publication reflects several years experience from the Child-to-Child project in South London.
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Stories for Health Education & Skill Development

The stories below have been produced for UNESCO as part of its commitment to the FRESH initiative (Focussing Resources on Effective School Health). Most of the stories deal with issues such as hygiene, sanitation, disease prevention, violence, discrimination and disaster preparedness. Story telling and story writing can not only confirm knowledge and raise interest but also develop a whole range of language and life skills and enhance vital attitudes which children need to develop at school.


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