Category: Project Updates

Children for Health Community Newsletter April 2019

Dear Friends of Children for Health, I’m very pleased to be connecting with you all this Spring. Uppermost in our thoughts are those friends and colleagues affected by the floods in Mozambique – especially in Tete and relatives of those in Tete who live in Beira. We put together a

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A Focus on Immunisation and doing what WE can for 4.3 million Children in Nigeria

At the end of last year an alliance of partners working towards universal immunisation coverage (the Gavi Alliance) came together to assess progress and prioritise action. Save the Children’s briefing, Measuring progress on the pathway to universal immunisation coverage, explores the ‘progress and required action’ in a number of areas,

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100 Messages and Activities in Other Languages

We are very pleased to announce that we have branched out into other languages! The content is available for free on our website and so far it includes our 100 messages for children to learn and share translated PLUS additional content on ideas for activities that can be done with children to

Impact and Recognition!

In August 2018 we were short-listed in the Third Sector Awards category – Small Charity Big Achiever and on September the 20th, we won! Read more here.   In August 2018 the work of Clare Hanbury, Children for Health was featured as the Alumni Profile in the Homerton College Review

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Reviewing Our Health Messages and Developing Our Posters in 2018

We have been amazed… actually startled and excited by the number of people that have downloaded our Malaria Poster since it was published on 14th May. Today we have had 936 downloads by people all over the world: the Sudan, South Africa and Norway are the top three countries where

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Impact of Our Work in Diarrhoea Prevention and Control

Many regular readers of our blog will know that we are involved in the Save the Children Signature Programmes in Nigeria and India that focus on setting up Children’s Health Clubs and get children engaging with activities focussed on Diarrhoea Prevention and Control. IMPACT IN NIGERIA (May 2018)  Between March

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Top 20 Achievements in 2016

It’s been an amazing year. So far in 2016, we have: Completed an evaluation of the work that children are doing in Mozambique in 15 schools. Twelve of these are in a rural area and three in an urban area. There are around 14,000 children touched by the project in

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2015 Year End Review

We are delighted to let you know that Children for Health has gone from strength to strength in our third year of existence! Here are a few of the highlights of the year: Website & Core Content – during 2015 our website has been upgraded, and our collection of health education

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Children for Health Pilot Project in Sierra Leone: Safe Strong and Smiling

It has been hard for us to imagine what it must be like to be living in Sierra Leone at the time of the Ebola epidemic. Its been even harder to imagine what it has been like for the children. What we have heard is that children are facing many

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Q and A with Clare Hanbury on Setting Up A Children’s Club

Interested in starting a Children’s Health Club? Clare Hanbury, Founder and CEO of Children for Health was asked these 24 questions and her answers can help you get started. 1. What is a Children’s Club? A Children’s Club is a group of children who meet regularly together in their community

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