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“When a family member or loved one has gone missing, the resulting uncertainty is one of the most difficult conditions to cope with: not being able to contact the person who has disappeared, not knowing their whereabouts, how they are faring, or if they are even alive. Whether resulting from armed conflict, disaster, migration or other types of crisis, sudden separation from family members can lead to feelings of despair, fear and guilt in those who have gone missing as well as in those who have been left behind. These feelings often intensify with time, as worry deepens and hopelessness may set in. For those who have been separated from family members, there is no foreseeable outcome and often little comfort or possibility for closure”.
Source: (International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 2014)
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Place the photos in the right place considering the levels of possible impacts of migration in a child’s life
– Continuous stress
– Moving between hope and despair
– Source of support
– Source of stress and pain
– Changes in the perception of those left behind
– Who stays behind – constant difficulties
– Definition of status and sense of place within social and religious groups
- – Continuous stress