Great recommendation. Concentrating on orphans alone like most CSOs have done with HIV/AIDS in Africa has bred an imbalance in conceptualization of child welfare. In the circumstances thereof, broad programs to support children are the answer to post crisis interventions. For over 15 years working in Uganda in child support programs, I have evidence that this approach works and causes social economic development. In my view, there should be holistic interventions that address children's needs at the community level. Engaging the available care givers and or institutions could contribute to impactful results. Thanks for the article.