Puppet Interview Program
Which stands for Puppet Interview Program, focuses on the socio-emotional well-being of vulnerable children and their families.
For many children all over the world, who have experienced a home life marked by serious deprivation and hardship there is no standard professional support.
PIP’s vision is that every child deserves a family. For positive re-connection to occur in a child’s life, all systems the child is related to, should be involved.
PIP has developed a methodology for practitioners that acts both as a gate keeping mechanism and a curative measure to counsel the social-emotional needs of those stigmatized, traumatized, ‘unheard, unseen’ children.
To identify the issues and needs to come up with a treatment plan for further counselling and care.
In a holistic solution-focused approach, there is a higher chance that vulnerable children, school dropouts will be more successfully reunited within their communities.
- To prevent children from being separated from their families
- To reintegrate children back into the community
- To prevent children from dropping out of school
PIP provides tailor-made training courses with a systemic-contextual and solution-focused approach for rescue centers; street-connected organizations; community-based organizations and schools.