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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 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
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 Seven & Eight Our eyes are shaped like a small ball. The front part of
I was so pleased to come across Teach2030 courses for teachers in lower income countries. The courses seem easy to use on a smartphone, tablet or computer, and are low data so won’t use up much data allowance. It is such a great time for teachers to be exploring new
We find this Mobile Learning Series for Unesco useful and interesting and they have lists of resources too. Today there are over six billion mobile phone subscriptions worldwide, and for every one person who accesses the internet from a computer two do so from a mobile device. Given the ubiquity and
A very good book by Gene B. Sperling, Rebecca Winthrop with Christina Kwauk sets out the evidence on What Works in Girls’ Education (free PDF download). This forward by Malala is the best introduction that you could have to the book and why you should read it. My story is
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 Six Millions of parents all over the world take their children to be immunised to
Dear Friends, I spent two nights in London this week. I have a small flat (usually rented out), but empty during lockdown and I’m preparing it for new tenants now that lockdown is easing! It was fun to be back in my old neighbourhood and to use the London bikes
Many of us working in this sector have a BIG WHY in their lives… a reason why we began all this work. During these strange and difficult times when its felt really hard to carry on at times – I have been reminded to go back to my origin story.
I’ve been waiting for this assessment from a high level source and here it is, from the Global Fund. Aside from the direct toll of COVID-19, which could be catastrophic in the most vulnerable countries, estimates suggest deaths from HIV, TB and malaria could as much as double if systems for