"The ARC resource pack provides an essential collection of information and training material on CD-ROM, to strengthen people’s capacity: to tackle the root causes of children’s vulnerabilities; to build effective child protection systems for use in emergencies and long-term development; [and] to ensure that no activities inadvertently compromise children’s rights or safety....The pack includes the latest standards and best practices and reflects the realities of present-day emergencies, with increased emphasis on natural disasters and internal displacement.....This guide explains what is on the CD-ROM and the range of users for whom it is relevant. It will help you to decide how to build ARC materials into your work and outlines the relationship between the ARC resource pack and other materials"
This book contains printed pages to help parents and children to create a memory book. It was developed as part of the memory work training pack of the Indian Initiative of Child Centred HIV & AIDS Approach (IICCHAA). There are two brief introductions to the purpose of a memory book - one for children and one for parents; a printed page to assist in creating a family tree; and images of scenes in which a child asks a parent a question and the parent starts to respond, to help suggest ideas for what both parent and child might want to include when creating a memory book
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