Courage No. 43 – Relieve childrens' nightmares
Summary of the Terre des hommes magazine “Courage”, September 2013
Editorial (page 2): Treating Vito Angelillo's invisible wounds.
Said and done (page 3): Raised gardens in Bangladesh.
Main story (page 4): Report from Jordan – Helping children to reconstruct themselves. A refugee in Jordan: Fardous suffered from nightmares after she witnessed bombings. Thanks to role playing, the Syrian girl has been able to find words for her fears and sleep calmly again and even smile.
Point of view (page7): Hassan, a paediatrician in the clinic at the Zaatari refugee camp.
“Understand and act” (page 8): The situation for exploited children around the world. Terre des hommes' solutions and examples of action in West Africa, Columbia, Kosovo, Morocco, Nepal.
A child's view (page 10): Nossa, displaced in a camp in Sudan.
Question (page 11): Which children does Tdh particularly care for? The answer in pictures thanks to awareness posters made in Sudan.
Tdh in action (page 12): Take action for children's rights.
Coming up (page 13): Calendar of activities for September to December 2013.
In brief (page 13): Administrative costs. 4 questions for Richard Spescha, Director of finance and administration at Tdh.
Hand in hand (page 14): 10 years of cooperation in the Vaud constitution.
Portrait (page 15): For me, Tdh is… by Marie-Claire Da Silva, delegation assistant in Senegal
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|Published by||Terre des hommes|
|Number of pages||16 pages|