These workbooks draws on the image of the tree to represent children and their communities discovering and planting the “Seeds of Recovery” and growing strong together. This could be in recovering from the Asian tsunami or in facing other major challenges for children.
There are 7 workbooks is designed to help practitioners learn about theapproach, the triple 'A" process, child development, child rights, children’s vulnerability to risk, resilience and psychosocial support and protection, child participation and experiential nature based learning. Each seeks to equip practitioners with child-centred tools that can be used in local community settings. This process is achieved through the use of critical reflection, stories, play, and other creative learning activities.