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Alderney, Guernsey | November, 2020 Dear Friends, This week, I’ve been having fun with resilience! I know this sounds a bit weird, but I have made up a kind of dance. But when I say, ‘I made up’ – it has come from work I have done with children and
Children for Health is currently involved with an exciting collaboration with Dr Ines Varela-Silva, a Human Biologist at Loughborough University and her project partners in Yucatán, Mexico. These include: Dr Maria Candelaria May Novelo, Headteacher of the Ignacio Allende Primary School, and Chair of the Centre for Human’s Rights: Casa
We have been a charity registered with the Amazon Smile programme for several years and this year, more than ever, we could use your support while you shop! Amazon have an amazing Black Friday Week starting today and until 30th November, every time you buy anything from Amazon a portion
Lovely, clear simple animated film by the outstanding Global Health Media.
On this World Toilet Day 2020, we wanted to send you these messages to share with others to use or to use in your work. The Children for Health Collection of 100 Health Messages include 10 messages for children to learn and share on water, sanitation and hygiene (often called
Alderney, Guernsey | November 2020 Dear Friends, Well, the last newsletter really seemed to hit the spot. I am so grateful for the very many messages of support and encouragement I received as a result. Thank you! I’d love to hear more. This week included ‘Remembrance Sunday’ that commemorates British
Last year we were awarded a grant through the Astra Zeneca Young Health Programme and it funded, what turned out to be, the last piece of field work we were able to do in 2020! We facilitated an amazing workshop and case study linked to our nutrition and health work in
Just a reminder of how resourceful and competent children can be! Take a look at this inspiring story about Millie who has set up a small business making face masks. All profits going into making masks for health workers. Fantastic!      
Since the beginning of the global pandemic, we have been working on a programme of activities based on the work of Jane McGonigal. This blog post is about our vision for this work. Our close friend and ally Sarah Newton has co-created this vision and it has been approved and
Alderney, Guernsey | November 2020 Dear Friends, I hope this this finds you safe and well. I’m back to our weekly newsletters after a very long break. I think the global pandemic has affected us in so every many inexplicable ways. As we entered lockdown in April, I received many