> No one wants to hear a child say... 'I'm really struggling'.
In Honduras, children live side by side with gang violence, murder & extreme poverty. We're supporting by providing safe places to play, hang out and 'ask for help'. Peace Clubs & Child Friendly Spaces are the perfect way to do that.
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180 children have received psychosocial and practical support through Peace Clubs
Peace Clubs are run in collaboration with local faith and community leaders
Many parents go on to join WV programs such as income generation & mental health programs
Look whose getting her mojo back & helping her Mum deliver sweet goods!
Tiffany loved school but bullying caused her to experience hair loss & social anxiety. Psychosocial support is helping Tiffany overcome as you can see from that beautiful smile in the video. She's gaining confidence and becoming active in the community again.
Peace Clubs are a top priority in our Honduras Childhood Rescue projects.
Peace Clubs are similar to a community youth group. Young people can hang out, play sport, learn life skills or an instrument or just make a friend. They offer a moment of calm, where they can just be young.
Providing safe places to normalise children learning about mental health & asking for help means young women like Tiffany can survive their present difficulties, recover with professional support and be given tools to overcome and build a peaceful future.
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