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This is a single activity session plan from The Lifeskills Handbook. There are 61 activity sessions in this book and this is Activity 45. The book is available from our resources section where you’ll also find downloadable storybooks, booklets and posters to help you in your work. LifeSkills Handbooks Activity

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This message and lesson plan is from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! Message 17 If an eye is hurt in an accident, cover the eye with something clean

This message and lesson plan is from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! Messages 14-16 Healthy children can have vision problems. As they get older, most healthy adults need

This message and lesson plan is from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! Message 13 Spectacles are the simplest way to correct short- and long-sight and help people see

This message and lesson plan is from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! Message 12 Eye checks find out why a person cannot see clearly and show eye health

This message and lesson plan is from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! Message 11 Some children are born with small white dots in their eyes. This causes blindness

This message and lesson plan is from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! Message Ten Children who cannot see clearly may need an eye test. They may hold a

This article was published on 30th March on the website of the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR,B). Based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the ICDDR,B are committed to solving public health problems facing low- and middle-income countries through innovative scientific research – including laboratory-based, clinical, epidemiological and health systems research.

This message and lesson plan is from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! Message Nine There are several different kinds of eye health personnel. Some treat eye diseases, others

Dear Friends, Keeping in touch with you via weekly newsletters over the course of the UK lockdown has been such a pleasure and a real comfort during this global trauma. The UK and other countries around the world are starting to ease off the lockdown restrictions so I was thinking

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