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OG-IFE update: adolescent services

Author: IFE Core Group
Year: 2018
Resource type: Presentation

The available slides cover implications of the revisions in the Operational Guidance on IFE for stakeholders involved with Adolescent Services in Emergencies.

Content includes: implications for Adolescent Services, implications for MHPSS and recommendations for dissemination on an individual agency, national and regional level.

 

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OG-IFE-Update_Adolescent-Services.pptx (PowerPoint, 262kb)

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IFE Core Group (2018). OG-IFE update: adolescent services. www.ennonline.net/resources/ogifeupdateadolescent