16,000+ children from Syria, Lebanon and Jordan will receive basic training in stress relief and resilience tools, while 400 children most at risk of violent behaviour, self-harm, suicide, aggression or recruitment, will receive deep trauma-relief, empowerment and human values training. Specially trained Youth Peace Ambassadors will design and implement awareness-raising and peacebuilding projects to prevent and reduce violence in their families, schools and communities.
In parallel, we will provide parents, families, caregivers, community members, teachers, caseworkers, youth and protection workers, with stress management and coping tools to enable them to provide a supportive and violence-free environment for the children. A selected number of teachers and NGO staff will be trained as trainers to keep multiplying these techniques in their schools and communities on a sustainable basis.
15th December 2016 – 15 th December 2019
Ramtha, East Amman, Amman, Irbid, Al Huson, Mafraq, Rusaifeh, Tabarbour, Zaatari Refugee Camp, Azraq Refugee Camp, Baqa, Jerash, Zarqa, Dafyaneh, Agrabah, and Al Kura
Tripoli and its suburbs: Tabbaneh, Beddawi, Wadi El Nahleh, Mina, al Tal, Dahr el Moghr, Qobbeh, Abu Samra, Jabal Mohsen, Qalamoun, Barsa & Dahr El 3ein, and Deddeh
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Co-funded by the European Union
Implemented by Crossarts and IAHV
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