Tag: Our Achievements

From the desk of Clare Hanbury… When I go around the world I often ask teachers and other educators what would help and support them best in their health education work. In particular, work where they are getting children on their feet; helping them to understand, take action and reflect

Tagged with: , ,

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

Tagged with: ,

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

Tagged with: ,

We are so delighted and proud to be the winners of the Global Impact Award from the Centre for Global Equality in Cambridge. This award really means a lot to us. It’s been a year of very hard struggle – especially financially. It’s so difficult for small organisations like us

Tagged with: ,

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. It’s been even harder to imagine what it has been like for the children. What we have heard is that children are facing many

Tagged with: , ,

We find it incredible that ONE YEAR has passed since we launched Children for Health at the National Theatre in London on 7th March 2013. And what a year it has been! Here is a short report on what we have been up to – in case you have not

Tagged with: ,

It’s been a breathtaking beginning for Children for Health! With all the foundation work that goes in to establishing a new organisation and plus I have been to Pakistan and to Mozambique on Children for Health business to explore the potential and plan programmes. In Pakistan, I worked with the

Tagged with: , ,

Today we are posting a discussion about ‘building children’s handwashing habits’ with one of the Children for Health founding Trustees, Anise Waljee (AW) and our director, Clare Hanbury (CH). Anise has known Clare for 22 years! They have worked together many times and as a creative partnership linked to developing

Tagged with: , ,
Top