This session will discuss a recently published report on the importance of menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) investment and provides a concise, comprehensive, and compelling case for the why and how to invest in it for the improvement of women’s and girls’ health and well-being.
This Open Web Meeting of the FRESH Partners will focus on the recovery and renewal of education and the repositioning of school health and development within that global re-imagining and reform discussion.
This webinar will delve into a report which reflects new approaches which recognize that bullying occurs within structures and relationships within and outside of the school.
This session will provide an overview of the findings, principles and policies discussed in the 2020 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) report.
This session will discuss how schools can protect young people from manipulation by the tobacco industry and prevent youth initiation of nicotine and tobacco products.
Join us to discuss Save the Children's MENSES (Menstruation- related Engagement, Self-Efficacy and Stress) Assessment. We will learn about the four phases of the development of the MENSES.
We will present technical guidance and tools to support schools in addressing the competing priorities associated with a pandemic response to ensure the well-being and safety of their population.
A long history that is somewhat short on basic facts. This could be one description of school-based and school-linked promotion of educational success, health and development at the global level.
The resources, culture and capacities within countries will determine the priorities and the sustainability of school-based and school-linked programs to promote education, health and development.
This webinar discusses the importance of handwashing in disease prevention in response to the recent COVID-19 pandemic. It presents technical solutions and tools to support Ministries of Education.
This webinar will examine: what are the barriers to student attendance? How can we engage health and child welfare systems to address some of these barriers to school attendance and well-being?
This webinar will alow you to learn more about the different ways in which school-age children influence hygiene behaviors as we celebrate World Toilet Day 2019: Leaving No One Behind.