To aid navigation, this Resource Collection can be browsed through two points of entry. The first one comprises categories of the diverse humanitarian and development sectors through which Children and Families MHPSS interventions are implemented. The second set is made up of categories that follow different phases or areas of programme implementation or intervention.
The Resource Collection includes many types of materials (see list below) which have also been classified by resource format, target audience, intervention group, implementation context, geographical location, etc, and users may use a system of filters to search for what they need:
Guidance/Standard: resources that provide information about agreed interagency standards and advice about implementing these, or give expert guidance about a specific topic related to MHPSS for children and families or about implementation through the programme cycle.
Practitioner Tool: resources focussed on implementation and/or key aspects of practice for humanitarian, MHPSS or practitioners working with children and families in conflict contexts.
Toolkit: resources with a selection of different tools that have been reviewed and gathered together, often giving practitioners additional information on how to navigate the selected tools to find the most relevant for their context.
Training Resource: different types of training materials such as training manuals, documents relating to a full training programme, or online courses.
Resource Package: related to a specific programme intervention, which may include resources on planning, management, training and practitioner resources.
Activity Resource: resources that outline specific activities to be used with children, adolescents and/or families.
Advice Resource: resources that give advice and tips for parents, caregivers, teachers and practitioners working with children and families in conflict contexts.
Advocacy Resource: resources with detailed information useful for advocacy regarding MHPSS for children and families in conflict contexts.
Academic Publication: research or scientific publications (grey literature) that is relevant to the MHPSS for children and families field.