Health and Environment Resources
Child to Child has its organisational roots in health education. This section has a range of activity sheets related to health, disaster risk reduction and more.
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Child to Child Mine Risk Education
This activity booklet provides ideas on helping children be alert to the dangers in mined areas, how to avoid these dangers and how to encourage others to do the same. It is aimed at those planning mine risk education projects for children and for those involved in mine awareness programmes as teachers or trainers.
Child to Child Project in Newham Evaluation Report
Between January and March 2007, Child to Child piloted a project at Newham College in Stratford, East London, delivered by SHiNE Young People’s Sexual Health Service (Newham PCT). Using the Child to Child step approach, the project increased student’s participation in, and commitment to taking control of their own learning; effected changes in sexual health behaviour and in communicating around sexual health among the peer group; helped the development of essential life skills, especially around practising safer sex; and strengthened links between education and health sectors.
Child to Child School Health Promotion programme in India (SEHAT)
Toolkits developed for Child to Child School Health Promotion programme in India (SEHAT) on a range of health topics.
Child to Child stories for health education
Each of these storybooks deals with a different health topic. They are intended to support science, social studies, and environmental science, home economics or health science curricula and of course, English language! Each book has been written by an experienced educationalist in conjunction with a team of health and language specialists
Children for Health: Children as Partners in Health Promotion
The Child-to-Child approach within Children for Health links children's learning with taking action to promote the health, wellbeing and development of themselves, their families and their communities. This book incorporates practical ways to design, implement and monitor school health programmes.