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The great Peter Labouchere presenting in a ‘TED talk’ format at the 2018 International Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) Summit in Bali. This 10-minute talk demonstrates how to enhance the impact of health education and training programmes, using emotionally engaging, multi-sensory, metaphorical learning experiences. We love it!

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During this month of October, we are very pleased to highlight the work of the Child Health Initiative who is doing amazing work. We love this booklet, Speed Kills Children: Use the Vaccine. Published to coincide with 2017 UN Global Road Safety Week, this booklet highlights the benefits of speed

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The first in our video series, watch and listen as Clare talks about what inspires her to do this work. The video is embedded below, followed by an audio only version with a transcript below that. Video Audio   Transcript What really inspires me to do this work? Well this

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Have you seen these hilarious animations?! April is malaria month, these bite and buzz videos are a fantastic way to communicate Malaria messages to the YouTube generation!! Internet communication is a hugely important part of our mission at Children for Health. These videos are translated into 30 different languages and show how

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Here at Children for Health, we are always on the lookout for innovative ways of spreading key health messages. This mobile technology programme from inSCALE in Mozambique is using mobile phones to give instant support to health supervisors. In the Nutrition Programme we are advising in Mozambique we have 12 pilot schools,

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Children for Health is a member of an expert group on child participation and this is convened by our director, Clare Hanbury. In July 2013, the group decided to work towards a SMART goal. The first SMART goal is to collect and produce an annotated list of relevant and publicly

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This 8.34 minute video from the Malaria Consortium shows a family getting insecticide treated malaria nets, using them correctly and being reminded to mend the nets if they find any holes or tears. After 18 months, none of the children in the family have been sick with malaria because the

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