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Project: Psychosocial rehabilitation of war affected children and adolescents


01/01/2005 - 01/12/2006 (ongoing project)

Project goals

DRC/DPA has been implementing a complex programme of psychosocial rehabilitation of war-affected children and adolescents. Upon closure of IDP camps in Ingushetia DRC/DPA moved its Centre of Psychosocial Rehabilitation to 2 spontaneous settlements.
The target group of the programme is children and adolescents aged 6 to 25 and their parents. In Chechnya the programme includes the following directions: a. Individual/Group counselling/ training of teachers and parents, including school meetings, psychosocial consultations, creation of women group, general awareness information distribution. b. Mobile team operation, including organisation of open group discussions with children of 6-9 years old in schools, preparation of events and public activities, monitoring. In here all activities are carried out by a team of social worker and psychologist. c. Psychosocial support of drugs addicts and their family members: training of local human resources, preventive campaigns and programmes, informational activities among youth. d. Set up and organisation of festivals and events with mass children participation, including 5 festivals in each schools. e. Youth leader school/summer camp, including organisation of summer camps for the most active 100 schoolchildren from Chechnya. f. Social support to Chechen orphans and handicapped children. Target group of 300 children.

Results

DRC/DPA has been implementing a complex programme of psychosocial rehabilitation of war-affected children and adolescents. Upon closure of IDP camps in Ingushetia DRC/DPA moved its Centre of Psychosocial Rehabilitation to 2 spontaneous settlements.
The target group of the programme is children and adolescents aged 6 to 25 and their parents. In Chechnya the programme includes the following directions: a. Individual/Group counselling/ training of teachers and parents, including school meetings, psychosocial consultations, creation of women group, general awareness information distribution. b. Mobile team operation, including organisation of open group discussions with children of 6-9 years old in schools, preparation of events and public activities, monitoring. In here all activities are carried out by a team of social worker and psychologist. c. Psychosocial support of drugs addicts and their family members: training of local human resources, preventive campaigns and programmes, informational activities among youth. d. Set up and organisation of festivals and events with mass children participation, including 5 festivals in each schools. e. Youth leader school/summer camp, including organisation of summer camps for the most active 100 schoolchildren from Chechnya. f. Social support to Chechen orphans and handicapped children. Target group of 300 children.

Location

  • Chechen Republic
  • Ingushetian Republic
  • Kabardino-Balkarian Republic
  • Krasnodar Territory
  • Republic of Dagestan
  • Republic of Karachaevo-Cherkessia
  • Republic of North Osetia-Alania
  • Stavropol Territory
  • Related Organisations

    Counterparts:   Danish Refugee Council/Danish Peoples Aid (DRC/DPA)
    Beneficiaries:   no information
    Financiers:   no information
    Contractors:   no information

    Project Budget

    no information

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