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The importance of education during this crisis can never be overemphasized. In this crisis, education is more of a privilege and not a luxury. Education is critical in an emergency. Its undoubtedly one of the first things parents ask for. We (Aids 4 Poor) campaigning for a healthier way of teaching your child educationally during this pandemic.

However, it still accounts for less than 5% of every humanitarian aid. There are safe, educational opportunities that include connections to nurturing adults and self-emotional learning, which will relieve the effects of stress caused by disruption and build a child\'s resilience. One of the critical resources during health emergencies are schools. Being able to access schools is very important.

In a crisis, education is known to provide physical protection from violence, the exploitation that children in these contexts may be vulnerable to.

Most of the time, when children in crisis are deprived of their fundamental rights, such as the right to education – it will put their wellbeing at risk. But, if there is one thing we know about children, it\'s the fact that they are resilient. And thank the support they get from their parents; they are able to go a long way in building their strength and their survivability.

Tips for parents.

1.      Create a healing aura in your home.

One of the things you need to start doing at home is creating a healing aura at home. This is one of the most effective ways of enhancing your child\'s survivability.

2.      Build your social-emotional skills.

Education is not just about reading and math. Yes, it\'s more than that. Building your social-emotional skills and conflict-resolution skills will help you provide the support your child\'s needs during leaning. It will help you succeed during learning in schools.

3.      Take good care of yourself.

The last but not the list is taking good care of yourself. Remember, a healthy baby begins with a healthy mom. As a parent, you need to start taking good care of your physical and mental health.

Aids 4 Poor is currently receiving donations aimed at alleviating the problems that come with poor education or non-education that’s been experienced by different children from around the world. 

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