Category: Coughs, Colds & Pneumonia

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

This Wednesday, 24 March is World TB Day. It marks the date when the bacteria that causes tuberculosis was discovered by a German doctor back in 1882. The theme of World TB Day 2021 – ‘The Clock is Ticking’ – conveys the sense that the world is running out of

Why we need to work with children and young adolescents On World Tobacco Day, let’s think again on how to work with older children and young adolescents (10-14 years). This is an age and stage where there is a very real possibility they can take up the smoking habit. But

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In the month of February, we focused on Coughs and Colds and other serious illnesses such as Pneumonia. This February (2019) we are taking a look at Pneumonia and what children can do. Pneumonia is a terrible killer of children. On World Pneumonia day, Save the Children predicted that 11

Our February topic is Coughs, Colds & Pneumonia, it is one of our 10 topics with 10 ‘coughs colds and pneumonia’ messages for children to learn and share. You can find more information about this topic by clicking here. Our 100 Health Messages for Children to Learn and Share are simple, reliable health

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I was really interested to listen to this broadcast on the BBC Radio 4 this week… Health Inequality: TB, Trauma and Technology On Start the Week Andrew Marr explores killer diseases and the health of the world. Kathryn Lougheed focuses on one of the smartest killers humanity has ever faced

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At Children for Health we hope to support educators and programme planners with good content and fun activities that can help support young adolescents in their role as carers. Over decades we have seen adolescents becoming effective health activists. Children can learn how to avoid coughs or colds, stop them

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