One of the difficulties many parents are facing right now is coming up with ideas to keep children busy and engaged in learning if they are at home.
For the last two years, more than 900,000 stateless Rohingya refugees living in the camps of the Cox’s Bazar district in southeast Bangladesh have focused on survival.
Families moved there seeking aid and shelter from Tropical Cyclone Eloise that brought powerful winds, torrential rain and severe flooding in January 2021.
Approach this conversation with empathy, saying that you know she is feeling anxious and that it’s healthy to talk about our worries and emotions.
Increased conflict and insecurity in Afghanistan have left children paying a heavy price. Afghanistan was already one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a child.
During my time as a Face-to-Face Manager for a small local charity, we’d use data as much as we could to make sure the team were in the best locations at the right time.
We know that the pressures of the pandemic may mean that charities need to reassess how they operate to avoid reducing services or closing down.
Ordinary Afghan people did not cause this crisis. Yet, while we’re unable to get aid to the most vulnerable, their lives hang in the balance.