What are we doing to build social-emotional skills for young children?

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    What are we doing specifically to build social-emotional skills for young children?

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    Programmatically, Save the Children has a number of programs that support young children’s social-emotional development. Most notably the HEART (Healing and Education through the Arts) program is designed to deliver arts-based activities into children’s daily lives to help them process and cope with stress<.

    IDELA has been used in numerous locations where HEART is implemented. Learn more about IDELA and HEART in Malawi, Lebanon and Bosnia.

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