How to protect your family’s mental health in the face of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

April 9, 2020

Parents and children are facing major life disruptions with the outbreak of COVID-19. This blog post insights from adolescent psychologist Dr. Lisa Damour about how families can support each other and make the most of this new (temporary) normal. While created for a developed-country context, there are useful insights on managing mental and emotional well-being of children and young people.

Care for Farmers & Fisherfolks

Vrutti’s response to COVID-19

Vrutti is working with farmers, fisherfolk, and marginalised communities in selected locations across seven states.join hands with Vrutti in their  endeavour to support the communities who feed us with farm produce, fish and services that make our lives run.
A conversation with adolescent psychology expert Dr. Lisa Damour. By UNICEF.

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