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The master trainer was responsible for supporting the adaptation of the intervention to the context, conducting the pilot sessions, and training and selecting the youth mentors and facilitators, who were chosen based on their prior experience working with children of the similar age groups.The master trainer also had the responsibility of implementing the sessions, completing the process evaluation forms and documenting the changes to the sessions and the reason behind the changes.
The United Nations Refugee and Works Agency (UNRWA) is one of the organizations that provide health and educational services to the refugee population.Focus group discussions were also conducted with male and female younger and older youth to explore the survey results in greater depth and to help prioritize youth issues.These focus groups led to youth creating and practicing short plays that showcased their prioritized issue, and subsequently presenting them to an audience of the CYC and other adults from the community.The exploratory phase also included conducting focus groups with mothers and teachers of youth in order to gain their perspective on youth health and social issues.Parents stated that youth have no guarantees due to their difficult socio-economic circumstances, lack of financial opportunities, and disengagement with the school system.Despite the severe increase in the populace since its founding, the number of schools remains at a standstill, and the effects of this lack of educational support is evident, particularly among the youth.
The population of Palestinian refugees in Burj El Barajneh refugee camp has been greatly expanding since its establishment in 1948.
Youth ages 13-19 years old who had never been married were interviewed face-to-face after receiving consent from both them and their parent(s)/guardian(s).
The results indicated that the youth surveyed were disadvantaged (see above).
In order to reach these goals, practitioners developed an evidence-informed intervention that included activities for children, parents and teachers and focused on skills such as improving communication skills, problem-solving skills, and relationships.
The Burj el Barajneh camp, located in the southern suburbs of Beirut, is the 6 largest of the 12 official camps.
Finally, 94% reported they trusted few or no people around them.