Humanitarian

Monday 7 March 2022

‘The children don’t understand what’s happening’: At least 400,000 children fleeing Ukraine at risk of hunger, illness, trafficking, abuse

At least 40% of the people who have fled Ukraine are children, some arriving with nothing but the clothes on their back.

Wednesday 15 September 2021

Save the Children calls on EU Governments to guarantee the rights of Afghan children and families in Europe

While all support to the region is welcome, Europe should not outsource the protection of Afghan asylum seekers to Afghanistan neighbouring countries.

Monday 5 July 2021

Blog post: Supporting refugee and migrant children in Bosnia and Herzegovina

In this article, Save the Children MEEE Regional Office Director, Jeremy Stoner, reflects on his visit to Una-Sana Canton and our programmes for support to refugee and migrant children.

Monday 12 April 2021

Let’s hear it from the boys – how we support unaccompanied refugee and migrant children to act together and improve their lives in the camps in Bosnia

The Boys’ Parliaments meet regularly to find solutions for the issues identified by the children.

Thursday 1 April 2021

Terms of Reference for providing supervision services to SCI frontline workers in three areas Una-Sana Canton, Tuzla Canton and Sarajevo Canton

The purpose of this Program component will be to provide supportive supervision to SCI employees in Una-Sana Canton, Tuzla Canton and Sarajevo Canton engaged as front line workers in the emergency response to migrant crisis in BiH. Supportive supervision is a process of helping staff to better cope and deal with daily challenges and to, through facilitated self-reflection, build own resilience and develop competencies to preserve own mental health and prevent burn out despite stressful work environment, thus indirectly ensuring quality of services provided to children and families they work with directly.

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