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12/01/2011

Nouveau rapport Save the Children: "Misguided Kindness: Making the right decisions for children in emergencies"

Misguided Kindness Save the Children Dec 18 2010.jpgUsing lessons learnt in emergencies, from the genocide in Rwanda to the Asian Tsunami and the earthquake in Haiti, Save the Children in this report, Misguided Kindness, demonstrates what action is needed to keep families together during crises and to bring separated children back into a safe and nurturing family life.


How should we care for the most vulnerable children after disaster strikes?

In every humanitarian crisis, concerned outsiders respond to tragedy with actions that take children away from their families and communities – often with unintended but damaging consequences. Again and again, girls and boys are ‘rescued’ out of affected areas into orphanages or adopted into new families elsewhere in the belief that they will be better cared for away from their devastated homes.

Above all, this report urges people to take action to make sure that their assistance is channelled towards interventions that help children in emergencies rather than potentially cause them harm.
 
Download the report here or at Save the Children's web page



Source: Chilwatch | 22.12.2010.

 

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