Operational Guidance for Child Friendly Spaces in Humanitarian Settings

The Operational Guidance for Child Friendly Spaces in Humanitarian Settings summarises key approaches in the protection of children and in the promotion of their psychosocial well-being. It is directed to CFS managers and facilitators/animators.

It has four chapters, addressing the following aspects of setting up and implementing a quality CFS:

  • Introduction to CFS
  • Setting up a CFS
  • Information for CFS facilitators/animators
  • Working with caregivers and community members.

The Operational Guidance for Child Friendly Spaces in Humanitarian Settings is part of The Toolkit for Child Friendly Spaces in Humanitarian Settings was developed by the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support and World Vision International. The toolkit provides a set of materials to assist managers and facilitators/animators in setting up and implementing quality CFS. These resources have at their core the protection of children from harm; the promotion of psychosocial well-being; and the engagement of community and caregiver capacities.

The CFS Toolkit includes:

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