International Scientific Group Of Applied Preventive Medicine I - Gap Vienna, Austria
About Current Issue:
“Orphans and Children in Armed Conflicts”
- Health Intervention and Social Work plus Education As Joint Prevention of Social Pathology in Orphans in Lesotho
- Analysis and Situation Report on Children and Orphans in Yemen
- Small Social Work and Vocational Intervention Program in Urban Kenya and Tanzania to bring the Children from a Street to School Experience in Kisumu, Eldoret, Malindi
- Increasing Proportion of MRSA in S aureus and Non-Albicans Candida Among Candida spp, Colonizing Adolescent Refugees to Greece May Be a Signal of Overpopulation of Migrant Facilities and Camps
- Mother and Child Health and Educational Programs in Regions After Civil War or Genocide-experiences with Maternity Projects in Mozambique, Burundi and South Sudan
- Post-traumatic Stress Syndrome (PSS) in Child Victims of War, and their Consequences in the Ten Year Experience in Lebanon and the Autonomous Region of Kurdistan
- Quality of Lives & Origin of Unaccompanied Minors & Migration to Europe
- Perspective of Nurses and Parents Regarding Family Centered Care (FCC) Among Pediatric Patients in Tertiary Care Hospitals, Peshawar
- Effects of Home Environment on Children’s Development A Comparative Study
- Prenatal Palliative Care and Perinatal Hospice – New Challenges in Caring for the Precious Gift of Life in its Fragility
- Families with a Disabled Child’s Perception of Societal Attitudes Towards Them
- Out of Home Placed Children in Slovakia
CSW no. 1, vol. 11, 2020
Children and adolescents as orphans and street children are the most vulnerable victims of economic or armed wars and conflicts
The Current issue of the Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention presents a series of papers devoted to vulnerable children as a potential result of social pathology in adults-real or economic war, poverty, tribal racial and national conflicts worldwide.
Post-traumatic stress syndrome may be the shortest name for this topic but not complete…Victims of war are observed not only in the Middle East, e.g. Syria, Iraq and Yemen or Afganistan..Those are victims of war with arms, but we see alot of fighting in the field of economy, interpersonal relations, tribes, streets, even in families. About one half of the parents who are alive, but due to interpersonal conflicts or poverty, their children are on streets in developing, and in orphanages in developed countries. Street children copy social pathology they see in adults, media (interpersonal) or „real,, wars and conflicts, armed or economic, cultural, social.
Therefore this issue presents result of social pathology including armed conflicts on both sides of the globe – in the developing Middle East Region suffering from 30 years lasting interstate religious or international wars, as well as social pathology in originaly ,,calm,,Europe, mainly the ,,new member states,, of the EU such as V4 members, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary and also in developing states of Sub-Saharan Africa (Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, as well as Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Myanmar, India etc )
Therefore, as seen from the spectrum of authors, the probem of orphans, street children, victims of war, is truly international. Children and adolescents suffer in the conflicts, but also copy what they have seen during all kinds of this Post-trauma stress in their future lives which affect not only their lives but also their future families. Therefore, stopping armed conflicts and bringing the children back to school from the battlefields, local or interstate, religious or tribal, economic or real, is a strategic role not only for their parents and school teachers, but for all of us….
IGAP Vienna, Austria
Instytut Ekonomii i Zarządzania PWSTE Jarosław, Poland
Catholic university of Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya