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From the desk of Clare Hanbury… At every event and workshop I participate in in Africa, there is dancing and usually singing too. I’m always struck how good people are at moving and singing together and how rare it is that we do it in the UK and how stiff

On 9th April the Inter-Agency Standing Committee published a new story book that aims to help children understand and come to terms with COVID-19. It was a collaboration by more than 50 organizations working in the humanitarian sector, including the World Health Organization, the United Nations Children’s Fund, the United Nations High

Here are three lovely videos from our friend Emma at her Music House for Children On a Log on YouTube Video | On a Log Sheet Music PDF Rocky Mountain on YouTube Video | Rocky Mountain Sheet Music PDF   Forever Blue on YouTube Video | Forever Blue Sheet Music

We frequently check in on the resources set out by the Education Endowment Foundation.  The Big Picture section on their website pulls together evidence from projects which have been independently evaluated. This evidence focuses on 14 high priority issues for schools.  It provides developing evidence on how to improve the

We are DELIGHTED to announce the publication of a new two-sided poster on Oral Health! This was made possible by the generosity of a foundation in America! Thank you! It was also made possible by eight experts who reviewed the content over very many months. As is the case for

A Manual of Traditional Games was developed as part of the MOVE project1, implemented by Terre des hommes in three countries in Eastern Europe: Romania, Moldova and Albania. It  contains 15 traditional games. They are designed to be played by children aged 4 to 14. Every game contains the following information:

We are republishing this post as there have been many additions to the list since we first posted it on March 26th 2020 In all cases, Children for Health develops its health messages for children to learn and share with top experts using the latest science. The experts are busy

Earlier this month we published six posts on our field work in Changara, Mozambique. We have just published a report on the whole visit presented as a power point on Slideshare.  You can access the English version here! | You can access the Portuguese version here!

Since we came into being in July 2013, Children for Health has been asked to help with nutrition education programmes for children. For example, we have worked with the Provincial Government of Tete in Mozambique and with a Save the Children programme in Cambodia. We help with programme design, training,

We were very interested in this fascinating piece of work led by Jay J. Van Bavel. Summary The COVID-19 pandemic represents a massive global health crisis. Because the crisis requires large-scale behaviour change and places significant psychological burdens on individuals, insights from the social and behavioural sciences can be used

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