Author: Amy Collins

Our Diabetes Poster has is getting some media attention! We’re so pleased we can help children in Guam make healthy choices. Luckie Sakamoto, president of Rotary Club of Guam Sunrise, secured a district grant, which was used to simplify diabetes prevention into 10 key messages with animated drawings on a

Alderney | August 17th, 2021 Dear Friends It’s been a couple of months since my last newsletter! I’ve been back to the UK to see family and friends and then back to the island on much reduced work hours for August. It’s been an exhausting 18 months since the first

Anyone in any doubt about the resourcefulness, competence and tenacity of young adolescents – this is for you! Be reminded of these great athletes and their recent successes and remember there were very many more who did not get the medals, but were sufficiently brilliant to compete at the Tokyo

We are absolutely delighted to be launching a new Children for Health (CfH) poster on the topic of Diabetes. It is two sided and in full colour. Click the image below to download it for free. This is the next poster in our collection of Children for Health posters. The

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These messages were developed over many months with imput from experts, teachers and doctors. We developed a great poster for people to display in schools, medical facsilities and anywhere children are. If you’re unable to download the poster, please read on for the 10 messages. Our body breaks down what

The theme for 2021 World No Tobacco Day is Commit to Quit! WHO has loads of great activities and resources to support and encourage people all over the world to give up tobacco in 2021. If you or a loved one are still using tobacco products, now would be a

Alderney | May 24th |  2021 Dear Friends It’s been a while… Things ticking along smoothly at Children for Health (still based on the island)… We are pleased that the UK is coming out of lockdown, but concerned for our friends in India. We began a fundraising campaign last month

Every April we highlight Malaria as our topic of the month because on April 25th the whole world observes World Malaria Day. We take this day to celebrate how far we’ve come in preventing and treating this disease and to talk about how far we still have to go. For

Alderney | March 22nd | 2021 Dear Friends It was lovely to have last week off. I found that Lockdown meant there was lots of time to work. Work then generated more work and by the time we were ‘released’ – a couple of weeks ago now – I felt

Alderney | March 1st |  2021 Dear Friends Still in Lockdown, six weeks on but the island has been Covid free from its ONE case for four weeks! Perhaps a little over-cautious, but we know they are trying to keep us safe. The sun has come out, but the winds

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