"This is a guidebook for any agency, organization or academic doing rehabilitation work and focuses on the assessment to be conducted when an emergency first hits or just after a major event in an armed conflict. In these situations, typically a responding agency or group organizes an assessment team of five to eight people who go to the affected area to determine the needs of survivors. This handbook speaks to those assessment teams that focus on the psychosocial as well as physical needs of children, their families and the communities"
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Development/ Humanitarian; disability and emergency; human disasters (war & conflict); inclusive disaster response; Disability and social diversity; children with disabilities; Education; formal education; Health; issues: malnutrition; mental health; social determinants of health; systems: health information systems; systems: service delivery; Rehabilitation; diagnosis and assessment
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