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  • 1. War Child Programmes Support Department Briefing voor hoofdkantoor collega’s
  • 2.
    • “ Klopt het dat War Child voornamelijk spelletjes doet? Wat is daar het nut van?”
    • “ Wat gebeurt er als War Child weer weg gaat?”
    “ Hoe meet je of je activiteiten effect hebben?” “ Wat is Psychosociale support?” “ Wat is… WPA, HO, PSD, CD, PDM, IDP, IPM, IMM… ?” “ Hoe ziet een veld bezoek eruit?” “ Wat doen de mensen op de Programma afdeling?” “ Wat is Child Protection?” “ Hoe gaat het er in het veld aan toe. Wie werken daar? Zijn dat therapeuten? Vrijwilligers?” “ Hoe besluiten we in welke landen we gaan werken?” “ Wat is Advocacy?” “ Wat doet War Child eigenlijk precies in het veld?”
  • 3. Programma
    • Introductie
    • Waar werkt War Child
      • Hoe is de situatie in de landen waar we werken?
      • Hoe gaat het met de kinderen?
      • Hoe bepalen we wat we daar doen?
    • Wat doet War Child
      • Wat is kind-welzijn?
      • Wat is het “Programming Framework”?
      • Praktijk voorbeelden
      • Monitoren, evalueren en onderzoek
    • Wat doet PSD
      • Wat is PSD?
      • Wie doet wat bij PSD?
  • 4. Internationaal onderzoek van de VN: Machel Review
    • 33 landen / gebieden
    • 1 miljard kinderen < 18
    • 300 miljoen < 5
    • 6 miljoen kinderen vluchteling
    • 9 miljoen kinderen ontheemd
    “ Wie de oorlog ook wint, kinderen zijn altijd de verliezers en hun verloren kindertijd zal nooit meer terug komen.”
  • 5. Waar werkt War Child?
  • 6. Wat is de situatie in de landen waar we werken?
    • Lijstje met algemene kenmerken van oorlogsgebieden - WOUT
  • 7. Hoe gaat het met de kinderen?
    • Algemeen lijstje bullets over impact van oorlog op kinderen en jongeren
      • Machel Voices of Youth report
  • 8. Hoe bepalen we wat we daar gaan doen?
    • Bullets over proces Burundi programma ontwikkelling
  • 9. Landen foto’s
    • [Foto’s invoegen - LOTTE]
  • 10. Kind-welzijn
    • [Nog invoegen – EEF]
      • OEFENING – Kind-welzijn
      • Ecologisch model
      • Beschermende factoren
  • 11.  
  • 12. “ Programming framework” Programmatisch kader
    • [Nog invullen – WOUT]
      • Kinderrechten
      • Thema’s
        • Buzz groups: Wat is CP, ED, PS?
      • Benaderingen
      • ? OEFENING: Powerwalk
  • 13. Kinderrechten verdrag
    • [Nog invullen – WOUT]
      • Oorsprong
      • Relevantie
      • Basis principes
      • “ Houders van rechten” en “Dragers van plichten”
      • Programma’s gebaseerd op kinderrechten
  • 14. Praktijk voorbeelden
    • Nog invullen met foto’s – EEF]
    • [Child protection
    • Psychosociale support
    • Educatie
    • Creatieve methoden]
  • 15. CHILD PROTECTION
  • 16. Risico en beschermende factoren in de gemeenschap
  • 17. Hot Air Balloon Exercise Child Participation
  • 18. Hot Air Balloon Exercise Child Participation
  • 19. PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT
  • 20.  
  • 21.
    • Home
    • Facilitators
    • Ideal
    • Big deal
    • Quiz
    • Reading
    • Download manuals
    • Identity
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Who am I?
      • 2: Who are we?
      • 3: What are our strenghts and weaknesses?
      • 4: Where do we want to go as a group?
    • Emotions
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: What are emotions?
      • 2: When and how do you react?
      • 3: How to deal with emotions?
    • Peers
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Who are my peers
      • 2: Difficult situations with peers
      • 2A: How to deal with conflict?
      • 3: Friendship
    • Relations Adults
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: My caregivers
      • 2: Other important adults in my life
    • Conflict and peace
      • Theme Introduction
      • 1: Types and causes of conflict
      • 2: Conflicts in our own life
      • 3: How to deal with conflict?
      • 4: Promoting a culture of peace
    • Future
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Looking back
      • 2: Looking forward
      • 3: Closing party
    • Session 3: Friendship
    • Goal: The children have learned how to give and receive support from their peers and friends Methods: Group talk, exercises, evaluation Resources: Pens/pencils/crayons/papers/paint/brushes, enough for every child to use, 6 (colored) cards in the shape of flower leaves, one round flower heart
    • Overview session plan:
    • Home
    • Facilitators
    • Ideal
    • Big deal
    • Quiz
    • Reading
    • Download manuals
    • Identity
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Who am I?
      • 2: Who are we?
      • 3: What are our strenghts and weaknesses?
      • 4: Where do we want to go as a group?
    • Emotions
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: What are emotions?
      • 2: When and how do you react?
      • 3: How to deal with emotions?
    • Peers
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Who are my peers
      • 2: Difficult situations with peers
      • 2A: How to deal with conflict?
      • 3: Friendship
    • Relations Adults
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: My caregivers
      • 2: Other important adults in my life
    • Conflict and peace
      • Theme Introduction
      • 1: Types and causes of conflict
      • 2: Conflicts in our own life
      • 3: How to deal with conflict?
      • 4: Promoting a culture of peace
    • Future
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Looking back
      • 2: Looking forward
      • 3: Closing party
    • Session 3: Friendship
    • Goal: The children have learned how to give and receive support from their peers and friends Methods: Group talk, exercises, evaluation Resources: Pens/pencils/crayons/papers/paint/brushes, enough for every child to use, 6 (colored) cards in the shape of flower leaves, one round flower heart
    • Overview session plan:
    • Home
    • Facilitators
    • Ideal
    • Big deal
    • Quiz
    • Reading
    • Download manuals
    • Identity
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Who am I?
      • 2: Who are we?
      • 3: What are our strenghts and weaknesses?
      • 4: Where do we want to go as a group?
    • Emotions
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: What are emotions?
      • 2: When and how do you react?
      • 3: How to deal with emotions?
    • Peers
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Who are my peers
      • 2: Difficult situations with peers
      • 2A: How to deal with conflict?
      • 3: Friendship
    • Relations Adults
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: My caregivers
      • 2: Other important adults in my life
    • Conflict and peace
      • Theme Introduction
      • 1: Types and causes of conflict
      • 2: Conflicts in our own life
      • 3: How to deal with conflict?
      • 4: Promoting a culture of peace
    • Future
      • Theme introduction
      • 1: Looking back
      • 2: Looking forward
      • 3: Closing party
    • Session 3: Friendship
    • Goal: The children have learned how to give and receive support from their peers and friends Methods: Group talk, exercises, evaluation Resources: Pens/pencils/crayons/papers/paint/brushes, enough for every child to use, 6 (colored) cards in the shape of flower leaves, one round flower heart
    • Overview session plan:
    Pass the gift (10-15 minutes) Exercise 4 : Flower of friendship (25 minutes) Exercise 3 : Drawing together (45 minutes) Exercise 2 : Back-to-back (15 minutes) Exercise 1 : How was last week? Welcome : Pass the gift (10-15 minutes) Exercise 4 : Flower of friendship (25 minutes) Exercise 3 : Drawing together (45 minutes) Exercise 2 : Back-to-back (15 minutes) Exercise 1 : How was last week? Welcome : Pass the gift (10-15 minutes) Exercise 4 : Flower of friendship (25 minutes) Exercise 3 : Drawing together (45 minutes) Exercise 2 : Back-to-back (15 minutes) Exercise 1 : How was last week? Welcome :
  • 22.  
  • 23.  
  • 24. Parents Deal Uganda
  • 25. Parents Deal Uganda
  • 26. ONDERWIJS
  • 27.  
  • 28. Training van lokale professionals Training social workers, Khartoum, Sudan
  • 29. Training teachers and care-givers Training in Khartoum, Sudan
  • 30.  
  • 31. Project cyclus: Monitoring, evaluatie en onderzoek
    • [Nog invullen – LOTTE]
  • 32. Who is who at PSD?
    • [Nog invullen met foto’s – EEF]