Parenting Support

Families will require support when faced with problems they are unable to overcome on their own. Ideally support should come from existing networks, such as extended family, religious leaders, and neighbours. Where such support is not available or sufficient, additional family and community services are required. Such services are particularly important for kinship, foster and adoptive caretakers, and child headed households in order to prevent separation and address abuse and exploitation of children. It is also vital for children affected by HIV/AIDS and armed conflict, and those children living on the street.

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Better Care Network,

In this video, Children in Families ABLE project practitioners discuss their key learning with respect to supporting caregivers to care for children, including the importance of managing stress and expectations, developing trusting relationships and taking a whole family approach to support.

Better Care Network,

This video shares some of the key learning from the pilot phase of Cambodian Children’s Trust Holistic Family Preservation Program in rural Cambodia.

Better Care Network,

In this video Children in Families social workers share their experience of using a cluster model to enhance the social support available to foster carers in Cambodia whilst reducing the demands placed on organisational resources.

Better Care Network,

Comprised of 12 videos and accompanying discussion guides, this video series features the learning from practitioners working across a range of care-related programs and practices in Cambodia.

Better Care Network,

In this video, Children in Families ABLE project practitioners speak to their experience and learning around recruiting foster families to care for children with disabilities, including the types of families to target and how to use role-modeling to address issues of stigma in the community.

Better Care Network,

This video shares insights from Angkor Hospital for Children on how to conduct family tracing in the event abandonment has already occurred, including identifying leads and key sources of information.

Jordan E. Montgomery - Journal of Marital and Family Therapy,

This study tested a web‐based parenting course called (FPC) Culturally Competent Parenting (CCP) for transracial foster and adoptive parents.

Allison L. West, Sarah Dauber, Laina Gagliardi, Leeya Correll, Alexandra Cirillo Lilli, Jane Daniels - Child Maltreatment,

The purpose of this systematic review is to synthesize existing research on community- and home-based interventions designed to improve parenting and reduce risk of maltreatment for families with substance-exposed newborns (SENs), applying a program logic framework.

National Commission for Children, UNICEF, USAID,

This case study profiles the reintegration experiences of one child who has participated in the Tubarerere Mu Muryango (Let’s Raise Children in Families - TMM) programme in Rwanda.

International Child Development Initiatives & Save the Children International,

The purpose of the review, developed by International Child Development Initiatives, was to present an overview of (as much as possible) evidence-based promising practices in Family Strengthening interventions in Cambodia, implemented by FCF|REACT partners.