Tag: Early Adolescence

The Rainbow Flower | Video series

In the Rainbow Flower video, our CEO and founder Clare Hanbury, explains the tool and how to use it. Please click the image or this link to watch the video. For more information on The Rainbow Flower and to download the tool, click here. Transcript The Rainbow Flower is one

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What inspires Clare to do this work? | Video Series

If you’ve been following our Video Series, you know the Origins of Children for Health and the 100 Health Messages for Children to Learn & Share. Now find out what inspires Clare to continue to do this valuable work for Children for Health. Watch the video now by clicking the

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The Origins of Children for Health | Video Series

The Origins of Children for Health, a young girl with a baby on her back

In this short video, Clare Hanbury talks about the origins of Children for Health and why she founded it in 2013. Have a look at our other videos on our Children for Health YouTube Channel. Join the Children for Health Community and have access to FREE Health Education materials. We

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Children as Agents of Change in Nutrition Programmes

Nutrition is a huge subject for us. It’s one of our core 10 topics and, as with our other topics we have developed 10 nutrition messages linked to nutrition that we think of as the minimum requirement. We feel that all children should leave primary school understanding, knowing and being

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The 100 Health Messages | Video Series

The 100 health messages poster from Children for Health

The 100 Health Messages for Children to Learn & Share! Here is a video in which our director, Clare Hanbury talks about The Children for Health 100 health messages. We have created a poster which visualises the spirit of the 100 on the front and sets out all 100 health

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Ten Messages on HIV and AIDS to Learn and Share

In November, Children for Health focuses on the topic of HIV and AIDS and in particular on  what children aged 10-14 need to learn about HIV and AIDS. This group of children are in early adolescence and can be powerful influencers in their friendship groups and in their families. Of

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Community Newsletter | October 2017

Our Topic Focus for October has been Accidents & Preventing Injuries and what children can do. It’s been an interesting month with a big focus on letting more people know about our ideas, products and services and learning more about what others are doing too. Click here for a quick

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October 2017 | A Round Up

Topic Focus The topic focus for October is Preventing Injuries and Accidents. Have a look at our messages here! As part of our focus this month we featured this great video from the Child Health Initiative, “Speed Kills Children”. Guest post this month Our Guest Post of the month is

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WHO and Injury Prevention

Here is some good content (and stark facts) from WHO on Injury prevention. At Children for Health we believe that children themselves can do a lot to help protect themselves and each other from injury and accidents. It’s important that educators and parents spend time highlighting dangers and involve older

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Health Literacy Month! Championing the Work of HIFA

October is Health Literacy Month. A time for organizations and individuals to promote the importance of understandable health information. This annual, worldwide, awareness-raising event has been going strong since 1999. To celebrate Health Literacy Month, we’d like to champion the work of the Healthcare Information For All Network (HIFA). HIFA’s

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