What is female genital cutting? Where is it practised? How does it affect health? What does the law in Switzerland say about it? Where can I get help? The Network against Female Genital Cutting provides information and advice to affected migrants. The information is available in several languages.
The booklet answers the most important questions about breastfeeding.
- breastfeeding preparation in pregnancy
- breastfeeding in the first hours and days after birth
- recommendations for breastfeeding frequency and duration of breastfeeding
- breas ...
How do children cope with traumatic experiences? How long can experiences of displacement affect life in the new environment? It is important for parents and their children not to be left without support and to receive information about how they can deal with topics such as trauma and displacement.
An information platform with hundreds of useful addresses, practical advice, details of activities and news to make daily life easier for migrants in Geneva.
Play sets for children or young people, each in a German/English and French/English version.
International Social Service Switzerland takes care of unaccompanied minors and helps them understand their rights. It helps to find solutions for their long-term future.
Courses and counselling on birth preparation for migrant women in the cantons of Bern, Solothurn, Lucerne and Basel.
Like adults, children and adolescents, occasionally suffer from complaints such as headaches, stomach pains or insomnia. When treating them, medicines should be used with the utmost care to prevent addiction.
Tips for parents of children up to 10 years old
Tips for parents of 11- to 16-year-olds
Digital media are omnipresent in the world today – and that applies to children too. They experience how adults communicate via the Internet, obtain information online and use digital media for entertainment. But they also consume online content them ...
Digital media are omnipresent in the world today – and that applies to children too. Even the youngest children see how adults use a smartphone as well as how older brothers and sisters sit at a laptop or watch TV. Like everything that is new to them ...
What needs to be done when a child is born? Family allowances, birth certificate, health insurance and other administrative duties before and after the birth.