Provision of Child Protection in Emergency Services for Qayarra MODM Jadaah Camp 2,3,4, 5
Place: Jadaah camps 2,3,4,5
Program Summary: In its 5 static centers and due to mobile teams WRO provided Child Protection activities for internally displaced people in Jadaah camps. The main activities included psychosocial first aid (PFA), structured PSS activities for children including. case management, parenting program, trainings and awareness raising activities on Child Protection topics and creating community-based girls and boys groups within WRO’s program (Girls for Girls, GfG; and Heros for Community, HfC).
Objective 1) Children component for community-based PSS
- Culturally appropriate structured activities inside camp CFSs and outside camps in the
- Meaningful child participation in design and delivery of PSS services.
- Building capacity of peer to peer support for children and adolescents.
- Identification and referral to specialized mental health, child protection and other services for children at risk
Objective 2) Parent’s component for community-based PSS
- Building knowledge and capacity of parents through training on child protection, positive parenting, and basic helping skills.
- Building parent networks and group to provide parental support in delivery of PSS and specialized CP services.
- Increasing parental responsibility and skill as first line of support to traumatized children.
- Mobilizing parents around mother’s and father’s tea group sessions
Objective 3) Community component for community-based PSS
- Mapping community resources for children
- Identifying and strengthening community structures, including facilities, for PSS and other CP service delivery
- Mobilizing and training community volunteers
- Strengthening capacity of government service providers- social workers, para-social workers, HWs, teachers
- Positive community messaging on psychosocial support
- Identifying and reinforcing positive community values and practices for PSS
IDP Camp-based Child-Friendly Spaces (CFSs) operational
Received Psychological First Aid (PFA)
Children participating in structured and sustained psychosocial support programs
Child survivors of SGBV and children identified at risk supported through case management system
and referred to specialized services
Caregivers participated in parenting and resilience programs
Children participated in resilience programs
Community members and community volunteers trained in CP approaches
Children participating in structured and sustained psychosocial support programmes
Children and caregivers reached with awareness on CP issues