Child Safety Guidance for Emergency Evacuation Shelters
Save the Children 05/2018
Save the Children has learned that simple, low-cost and no-cost improvements to the design and location of emergency evacuation shelters, local assistance centers and other locations where children and families congregate before, during and after incidents can dramatically improve the safety and well-being of children, and adults who utilize them. This sheet contains best practices that address children's unique needs and promote child safety and well-being while in temporary locations.
Title: Child Safety Guidance for Emergency Evacuation Shelters
Created By: Save the Children
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