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Learning from Colombian mothers’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
This blog looks into the experiences and coping strategies adopted by mothers in Colombia to support the education of their children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lessons and Impacts of a Phone-Based Parenting Program for Syrian and Jordanian Families with Young Children
This study, led by Global TIES for Children at New York University, is the first to evaluate a phone-delivered version of a parenting program in the Middle East and the first randomized-controlled evaluation of an audio-only parenting program for a community sample (that is, a sample without diagnosed health problems or disabilities).
Why supporting caregivers’ mental health in crisis settings is essential for young children’s holistic development
This brief highlights the importance of supporting caregivers’ mental health in crisis settings to young children’s holistic development. It presents data on the severity of the global mental health crisis, which is being exacerbated by the lack of funding for psychosocial support for children, youth, and families.
Introduction to Caring for the Caregiver
The Caring for the Caregiver (CFC) package focuses on enabling front-line workers to promote caregivers' mental health and emotional well-being. CFC provides front-line workers with skills and activities to address barriers by encouraging self-care, partner and family engagement, and problem-solving barriers to resources.
Global multisectoral operational framework for mental health and psychosocial support of children, adolescents and caregivers across settings
The strategies and approaches included in the framework will help in accelerating actions for children’s, adolescents’ and caregivers’ mental health and psychosocial wellbeing in national and regional development strategies.
Fatherhood Engagement in Early Childhood Development in Emergencies
Fathers’ engagement in early childhood development is essential for the wellbeing of children; however, it is often not prioritized in emergency responses. Why does this need to change, and what can be done to encourage meaningful engagement of fathers in children’s development and learning?
Testing Measures of Refugee Camp Environment, Caregiver Mental Health, and Child Social-Emotional Development Among the Rohingya in Cox’s Bazar
The goal of the study outlined in this brief was to assess survey measures relevant to children’s development specifc to the Rohingya refugee camps. Specifcally, we measured experiences of the refugee camps, caregivers’ well-being, and child social-emotional development among families with pre primary-aged (3-4 year old) children.
Alternative Ways to Continue ECD Interventions During COVID: Learning Form UNICEF Funded EIE Project of Plan International Bangladesh
This blog, written by INEE member Md. Ramjan Ali, provides an overview of some alternative initiatives of Plan International Bangladesh to continue Early Childhood Development during COVID-19.
Rapid retooling and adaptation of EIE data processes and programming: Pashe Ach
In March 2020 BRAC explored alternative approaches and designed a telecommunication model, Pashe Achhi, to support all the direct beneficiaries during the pandemic. The objective of the intervention was to be connected with the beneficiaries and promote children’s wellbeing and development through play-based learning, positive parenting, and self-care practices of caregivers.
Ré-outillage rapide et adaptation des processus de données ESU et de la programmation : Modèle Pashe Achhi dans l’éducation en situations d'urgence de la petite enfance dans le camps de personnes Rohingya au Bangladesh
L’objectif de l’intervention était d’être en contact avec les bénéficiaires et de promouvoir le bien-être et le développement des enfants par un apprentissage basé sur le jeu, par une parentalité positive et par des pratiques de soins personnels des personnes encadrantes.