Author: The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, READY, Plan International
The Child Protection in Outbreaks: Communicating with children in infectious disease outbreaks (Mini-Guide 4) explains how to communicate with children on a one-to-one level. Personnel working in settings impacted on by infectious disease outbreaks may come into contact with children and will need to know how to talk and listen to them effectively.
View the Child Protection in Outbreaks: Communicating with children in infectious disease outbreaks (Mini-Guide 4) here.
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