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Maintaining learner health and well-being during school closure and reopening
This webinar, the 7th in an ongoing UNESCO series on educational responses to COVID-19, will explore how those working in the sectors of education and health can apply evidence-informed actions to promote and protect the health and wellbeing of learners in the context of school closures and schools reopening.
A guide to preventing and addressing social stigma associated with COVID-19
The current COVID-19 outbreak has provoked social stigma and discriminatory behaviours against people of certain ethnic backgrounds as well as anyone perceived to have been in contact with the virus.
Prevention and Management of Wound Infection
Infected wounds may lead to lifetime disabilities and death. In disaster persons with wound are likely to present late or in large numbers. This guide offers principles and protocols to provide guidance for appropriate prevention and management of infected wounds.
Improving the Quality of School Interactions and Student Well-Being: Impacts of One Year of a School-Based Program in the Democratic Republic of Congo
This study presents results from the first experimental evaluation to test the impact of a universal school-based program on (1) the quality of school interactions (i.e., students’ perceptions of the level of support/care and predictability/ cooperation in their school and classrooms), and (2) students’ subjective well-being (i.e., peer victimization and mental health problems).
A Matter of Life and Death: Child protection programming's essential role in ensuring child wellbeing and survival during and after emergencies
The CPWG commissioned this research in order to address the consistent deprioritization of child protection in humanitarian action, reported year on year by child protection coordination groups and evidenced by statistics on funding and the findings of other research efforts in the humanitarian sector.
Creating Healing Classrooms
Included are a collection of guides and tools that were created and piloted through the International Rescue Committee's (IRC) Healing Classrooms Initiative.
INEE Thematic Issue Brief: Psychosocial Well-being
To enable educational access and quality in emergency and early recovery contexts, addressing issues psychosocial well-being is essential.
HIV Interventions for Young People in Humanitarian Emergencies
These briefs were developed to provide guidance on effective HIV interventions for young people in humanitarian emergencies. It is part of a series of seven global Guidance briefs that focus on HIV prevention, treatment, care and support interventions for young people that can be delivered through different settings for a range of target groups.
Access and Learning Environment Standard 2: Protection and Well-being
Read more about Access and Learning Environment Standard 2: Protection and Well-being A list of resources focusing on INEE Minimum Standards Access & Learning Environment Standard 2: Protection and Well-being ensuring learning environments are secure and safe, and promote the protection and the psychosocial well-being of learners, teachers and other education personnel.