A No Lost Generation Summit on Psychosocial Support Programming for Conflict-Affected Children and Youth.
Mercy Corps, War Child UK and War Child Holland with support from the regional No Lost Generation (NLG) Working Group, hosted a regional event focusing on psychosocial support programming for children and youth affected by the Syria and Iraq crises.
Psychosocial support programmes play a critical role in supporting conflict-affected children and youth by enabling them to express their emotions and thoughts, whilst encouraging positive coping strategies and psychosocial adaptation.
To see event highlights please see the Flickr photo feed located [here].
fostering connections and COLLABORATION
Positive Pathways provided a unique opportunity for INGOs, CSOs, governments, donors, academics and young people to explore and discuss the psychosocial impact of the Iraq and Syria crises on children and youth.
The summit was a key platform for partners to connect, share evidence-based approaches, promote good practices and influence the future direction of the humanitarian and development agendas for the region.
Positive Pathways was a bilingual event and offered English-Arabic interpretation.
The event took place on 22 and 23 November in Amman, Jordan at the
Haya Cultural Center