FRESH-webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Good day from Doug McCall International School Health Network
Now I can hear, thanks!
Hi, This Ezechiel Coulibaly, sponsorship Manager Mali
Hi All, this is Famari Barro, Country Director SC Cote d'Ivoire
HI everyone, this is Helen Moestue, SHN advisor for SCUS
Hi everyone,this is Prisca SHN coordinator Uganda
Hello everyone, this is Joyce Adolwa, just joined the team on Monday based at WDC office
Hi everyone, I am Caroline Hilari from SHN Save the Children, based in Bolivia
Hi, Solome Asseres, SHN Specialist, Save the Children based in DC
Welcome everyone. Please type in your questions for Wadih and Aala in the chat box as they present, we will take them up after their talks.
Sorry. I am unable to hear the conversation clearly
How do you measure outcomes in terms of substance abuse reduction with a generic family skills programs?
how do you tease out effect of other outcomes -like mental health, delinquency, education attainment?
Is there tough evidence that family communication or lack thereof is related to engagement of youth in violent extremist groups?
Pls move slowly so that slide can be read
Santosh, we'll share the slides on this site after the webinar- hivhealthclearinghouse.unesco.org
also here: https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/keyword/school-health-and-nutrition-shn
and here: https://www.fresh-partners.org/
How do we assess risk of children/adoloscents to drug abuse/recruitment to extrimist groups especially when we are begnning our programs/projects? Any standard analysis tools available?
DId the formative study on the challenges of parenting children in refugee contexts include both mothers and fathers?
Can you speak more about how the intervention works in contexts like El Salvador where gang violence entrenched in everyday life. Many youth and adults are associated with gangs; parents are afraid to send their children to school because they are being recruited in gangs – how does this intervention work when parents might be in a gang? Are there instances of retaliatory violence against parents who are involved in these activities?
We always get asked the dose and duration of intervention for life-skills education in order to be effective- great to see this graduated approach to family skills has shown results at each level. Congratulations Wadih and Aala.
Do you see the need for refreshers to keep up the positive effect of these interventions? How soon after?
for study 1, there seem to be an error in the gender distribution. the total is 71 not 72
I think 72 was families, but 71 is the number of children
Wadih, is there an online resource on the Strong Families program?
There are 72 families participating but the SDQ was availed for 71 children across all three data points, so analysis was on the 71 children
Hello, I supported Wadih on the analyses and evaluation of Strong Families. There were 72 caregivers and 72 children, however for 1 child the information on gender was missing, hence it adds up to 71 only
Thank you Wadih
I will! Thank you!
with pleasure Jeanne
Wadih and Aala we have 2 minutes left. Apologies for cutting the great discussion short
This has given me fair idea on multi level parenting . Thank you Mohini and all
Thank you! This was a fabulous webinar! Very interesting!
Thanks to all
Feel free to contact for any other questions
Thanks a lot, Mohini
Thank you all!!