Helping Children & Caregivers Cope with Disaster
Children cope differently to crises than adults and they need support from caregivers and the community at-large. Getting children back to routine is an important element in promoting their healthy recovery. In...
Emergency Planning for Child-Serving Programs: An Intro to Planning Best Practices
Join Save the Children’s National Preparedness team in this interactive training for a short introduction to the 9 best practices for facility level emergency planning, including evacuation, emergency supplie...
Prep Rally: Teaching Children the Basics of Preparedness
This interactive training is an introduction to Save the Children's Prep Rally program which, through games and activities, is aimed at engaging and educating children about preparedness.
Creating Resilient Communities for Children: The RCRC Initiative
Through the Resilient Children/Resilient Communities Initiative (RCRC), coalitions in Arkansas and New York are working to meet the unique needs of children in a disaster. See how these coalitions are engaging ...
Keeping Kids Cool: Tips for Extreme Heat
Extreme heat events are the leading cause of weather-related deaths in the US. Children, in particular, are sensitive to the effects of extreme heat and must rely on others to keep them cool and hydrated. These...
Child Safety Guidance for Emergency Evacuation Shelters
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...
Psychological First Aid Training Manual for Child Practitioners
The Psychological First Aid Training Manual for Child Practitioners (PFA) was developed by Save the Children Denmark for the Child Protection Initiative, to facilitate training in psychological first aid with a...