Freeing Families from A Legacy of Distress
Parents and caregivers living with the effects of violence and armed conflict bear a heavy burden of stress - one shared with the children in their care.
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A New Care Solution for Children Living with War
Some 84 million children worldwide experience psychological and social problems as a result of war and violence. Yet for 95 to 99 per cent of these children there is no mental health support available at all.
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Our Global Programmes for Children
War Child works with children affected by violence and armed conflict in 17 countries around the world - meeting urgent needs wherever our work is required.
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The Middle East
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Latin America and South Asia
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Moving Beyond Anger in Uganda
Nelson (15) grew up in the midst of fear and violence in DR Congo. When he and his family were targeted - as part of a brutal attack by armed rebels - they fled to safety in neighbouring Uganda.
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TeamUp International - Supporting Refugee Children Worldwide
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TeamUp: An Escape from Uncertainty
Sara (14) escaped the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan to find refuge in the Netherlands. Sara experienced significant stress during her journey to safety - and now lives with her family in an asylum reception centre.
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