According to experts, a child’s emotional needs are often overlooked by adults during life-threatening situations including death of a loved one. As a result, children struggle to cope with their own emotions.
Recognizing the need to help children make sense of grief and loss, local organizations provide psychosocial support as well as resources to equip them with skills to cope with loss or death of a loved one. The program also aims to help children develop resilience and other skills to help them manage their fears through art and storytelling.
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