Indonesia group 9-assignment 5

Designing Activities For Children
R Characteristics of a safe place to conduct qualified children emergencies conditions:
1. Comfortable place to define themselves according to the perception of the child. Children who will determine where a comfortable place for himself. Children should be involved in the selection of psychosocial workplace for example by using the PRM so that the definition of an ideal place for children will manifest themselves very well.
2. Adjusted to the environment in which children live. Characteristics of children's activities should be tailored to the geographical and social conditions in which children live. Some children in Indonesian society is more comfortable in a place of worship. They have confidence that the activities carried out at the house of worship has a good value so it will appear self-confidence and engage in psychosocial activities.
3. Must be neutral and not harm the interests of the child. The location of activities should be selected.
4. It also must be achieved easily by children, so do not require high costs to reach them. 5. Place children's activities must also be able to make the child comfortable and has a broad capacity. large capacity will have an impact that is comfortable to the children themselves. Suppose the village hall, a gym, the village headman's house, school environment and so forth.
6. available adequate basic sanitation facilities. adequate sanitation facilities also provide comfort for the child to follow the events very well.
7. Apart from the activities of adults to activities become more focused and avoid the involvement of people who are not needed and may interfere with psychosocial activities
for children of their ownaised expectations
• Stigmatization
The principle of doing no harm done is very important for the psychosocial condition of children in emergency situations do not experience bad conditions due to the handling activity psychosocial careless and did not put this process to the child that would endanger the child. According to Wessells form that will appear when the principle of doing no harm done and not to harm the children, among others, the emergence of instant counselor who really do not have good skills for children in activities that could endanger the child's psychosocial own condition , lack of coordination on inter-member can also make things worse when you are in such psychosocial activity. This activity will fail and will not achieve the targeted goals of child protection in emergencies. Stigmatization is raised because of the psychosocial work also has a high risk to children if the participants do not pay attention to processes and standards that must be done in this handling psychosocial activities. Another issue that arises is the lack of ongoing support in the psychosocial problems of children. This activity has a long period of time so that the process needed ongoing support to obtain the desired goals by the team. If not given ongoing support the end result would be futile and a waste of time and energy only, is also detrimental to the children themselves. The principle of no harm associated with cultural issues in several aspects. The examples can be given for example are the children of a particular tribe are not allowed to meet with strangers. They have negative views toward foreigners. Rejecting the values ​​and ideas of psycho-social activities as an alternative in psychosocial interventions. They are closed. Assume their values ​​better than the values ​​of others so that they do not want to know (freeze out). So this psychosocial activities have a close involvement with cultural factors. Participants in psychosocial activities must have a good understanding of local culture from an environment where children tinggal.Agar they understand what can be done and that should not be done in preparing for psychosocial activities. activities that take into account psychosocial aspects of local culture will provide a holistic activity that will facilitate the goal of psychosocial interventions for children themselves will be achieved well.Undermining of local supports