This document provides a two-page summary of the research undertaken as part of the R2HC-funded study Evaluating the Longer-Term Mental Health, Developmental and Systems Impact of Child Friendly Spaces in Humanitarian Emergencies.
This study examined the evidence on the longer-term outcomes and impacts of a commonly used humanitarian intervention known as child friendly spaces (CFS). The findings suggest a need for humanitarian actors to rethink the design and implementation of CFS; and continue to evaluate CFS within their overall approach to child protection in emergencies.
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