#covid19response#distanteducation#CPmessageintegration#experiencesharing #vacprevention


Chantal Neuweiler
 

Good afternoon everyone,
The global COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented levels of disruption to education, impacting over 90% of the world’s student population. Many children find  themselves at higher risk of violence, abuse and exploitation and cant rely on support services outside of the family. Does anyone has an experience in integrating child protection messaging in distant education programs, including via radio? What works best and how do you monitor the impact?
Thank you!
best,
Chantal


Koen Sevenants
 

Dear Chantal and everybody,

 

A lot of work has been done in the last months to transform MHPSS messages as part of child protection into audio files. You can find a good number of MHPSS messages here: https://cpaor-audiofiles.com/

 

These files can be used by radio station and  static or mobile loud speaker systems in camps or villages.

 

In general, in MHPSS we also try to work as much as possible with teachers, since these are often the only ones outside the family who have frequent contact with children. Ideally, these teachers have received in the last months some training in how to identify children with have might have developed some problems or who are in a unsafe situation. The link with case managers and child helplines is vital, not only for linking children who have been identified, but also for children who have gone off the radar.

 

Koen

 

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Good afternoon everyone,

The global COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented levels of disruption to education, impacting over 90% of the world’s student population. Many children find  themselves at higher risk of violence, abuse and exploitation and cant rely on support services outside of the family. Does anyone has an experience in integrating child protection messaging in distant education programs, including via radio? What works best and how do you monitor the impact?

Thank you!
best,
Chantal


Huda Ghalegolabi
 

Hi Chantal, 

Right to play incorporated a number of Radio scripts to reach out to children as well as TV program as part of its COVID19 distance learning response. We included messages for parents on how to support children's PSS support through age and gender-sensitive games as well as informing parents about available services and numbers they can contact. Monitoring can be done through collaboration with TV and radio stations to register the number of households who tune in during the airing of distance learning programs. 


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Good afternoon everyone,
The global COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented levels of disruption to education, impacting over 90% of the world’s student population. Many children find  themselves at higher risk of violence, abuse and exploitation and cant rely on support services outside of the family. Does anyone has an experience in integrating child protection messaging in distant education programs, including via radio? What works best and how do you monitor the impact?
Thank you!
best,
Chantal


Chantal Neuweiler
 

Excellent, thanks so much Koen and Huda- super useful!
best,
Chantal