Guide for Providers working with Pashto-Speaking Families
A guide for providers working with Pashto-speaking families, featuring articles for adults and low-tech, play-based activities for children and families.
You can do so much to help families learn and practice resiliency skills. Here are low-tech resources for Pashto-speaking families to help you in that effort.
In the guide, you’ll find:
- A welcome letter
- Supplemental videos to complement low-tech activities- Click here for the Videos in the Pashto YouTube playlist.
- Articles for parents
- Printable activities for children
- Play-based activities for families
You know the families you work with best; tailor these ideas to the group you’re working with. If you can, print materials to distribute to parents and children to keep. You might also compile and provide a list of local resources that can support them.
A Guide for Families Affected by Crisis and Displacement
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Coping with the Trauma of Resettling (Dari)
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Zoe is Fearful
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Rhythms of Resilience
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An Introduction to ‘Welcome Sesame’
Follow along for an introduction to resources designed to support families experiencing displacement or resettlement as a result of crisis.