Participating in these kinds of programs after disaster experiences can help children understand that their feelings and emotions are normal, and contribute to classroom cultures that support recovery.
Professor Lisa Gibbs
Save the Children Australia

Save the Children advocates for children’s rights and delivers services to their families across Australia, including disadvantaged and remote communities. It aims to protect children from harm and help them access quality education and health services, and support them to survive, recover and thrive following challenging experiences.


How can we support children to shape and participate in initiatives to avoid cycles of disadvantage?

Royal Far West

The Peer to Peer Network Pilot will co-design a peer to peer networking model to connect Learning for Life families with one another to fill gaps in support and add value to local communities, with the aim to scale it across the Smith Family’s more than 90 communities.

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