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Author(s) L. Claessens, D. de Graaff
Editor E. Griede, B. van Lith
Year [2010]
Publisher Amsterdam
Place War Child
Pages 38
Organization War Child
Subject Humanitarian Assistance
Keyword children, conflict, evaluation, human rights
Region East Africa
Country Uganda
Abstract With this report, War Child Holland publishes the findings of a pilot study conducted in Northern Uganda in 2009. In this study, a child-friendly monitoring and evaluation toolkit was used to measure the effectiveness of War Child’s creative life skills method, I DEAL, for groups of children and young people in conflict-affected areas. I DEAL provides theme-based group sessions to improve children and young people’s psychosocial well-being through training in life skills, using a combination of creative and participatory techniques such as role-play, drawing, games and group discussions. The intervention consists of six I DEAL modules that address psychosocial themes such as identity, dealing with emotions, peer relations, relationships with adults, conflict and peace, and the future. Through I DEAL, War Child seeks to enhance the resilience of children and young people and improve their coping skills to better ‘deal’ with the challenges of every day life.
Language English
Category Research
Document type Report
Rights © 2010 War Child
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