Emergency Developmental Assets Profile (EmDAP)
The Emergency Developmental Assets Profile (EmDAP) measures the well-being of children and youth in emergency settings such as refugee camps and armed conflict zones, assessing whether young people are experiencing adequate positive relationships and opportunities, and developing positive values, skills, and self-perceptions, despite being in crisis circumstances. The EmDAP was adapted from the reliable and valid Development Assets Profile (DAP) (Search Institute, 2005).
The Evidence Report is published in the Journal of Adolescence. Those that want access to the Evidence Report can request it from the authors on ResearchGate.
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