War Child Care System
The Care System is made up of nine ‘Core Interventions’ that address the various needs of conflict-affected children and communities. These interventions are supplemented with a number of initiatives to promote access to care and reduce stigmatization.
This model allows for an integrated approach that ensures the various interventions are interconnected and mutually reinforce one another - for maximum impact. The suite of interventions also range in intensity according to the needs of children and their communities - to ensure all mental healthcare needs are met. The interventions that make up this system are outlined below:
Our Core Interventions
I-DEAL Intervention to strengthen life skills
Caregiver Support Intervention for parents and caregivers
Early Adolescents Skills for Emotions for children experiencing distress
Family-Level Intervention to support families with complex problems
Case Management Intervention to meet protection needs
Community-Based Child Protection Intervention supporting communities to protect children
Teacher Professional Development to build enabling and supportive learning.
Safe Schools to address violence in schools
Can’t Wait To Learn - digital game-based learning
Community Case Detection Tool - mental health initiative
Stigma Reduction Approach - nurturing acceptance to promote inclusion
Community Entry Tool - to strengthen relevance and access
We-ACT tool - strengthening quality by measuring competencies.