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The Multi-level Impact of Infectious Disease Outbreaks—Introducing the Socio-ecological Model

The socio-ecological model is introduced as the foundational model that provides the context to analyze child protection risks and protective factors.

Listen to Hani Mansourian introducing the socio-ecological model as the foundational model for providing a context for analysis of child protection risks, protective factors and response through all stages of COVID-19 and other IDO’s.

Your Task

After listening to Hani introduce the socio-ecological model reflect and answer the following question.

Thinking about the contexts in which you live and work, what is helping children to stay safe and protected? Use the comment box below to share your thoughts on this question with other learners and the course hosts.

What helps children stay safe during COVID-19 or other IDOs:

  • At the individual level?
  • At the family level?
  • At the community level?
  • At the society level?

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Protecting Children during Infectious Disease Outbreaks

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