The SHN Policy guides the education sector and its partners to pursue five main priorities to adequately integrate school health and nutrition into the education sector: (1) school nutrition including school meals; (2) school health, hygiene and sanitation; (3) child protection; (4) institutional
“Norms and Requirements for WASH in Schools, Dormitories and Kindergartens” was approved in June 2015 by three Ministries (MoECS, MoHS and MoF) as a result of series of advocacy activities by UNICEF in cooperation with partners.
This is the first national guidance document on school feeding. It is intended to guide practitioners in the planning, implementation and management of the National School Feeding Programme (NSFP).
The Policy will embrace the goals, and programmes of the relevant stakeholders charged with ensuring that the children of Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique embrace a healthy lifestyle that will empower them to develop values, attitude, life skills and behaviour that will contribute to susta
The key objective of this policy is to guide, protect, and promote healthy measures for all
The School Health Management Framework for the Ministry of Educations, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education (MOGE) aim at providing guidance to managers at all levels - national, provincial, district, zone, and school to effectively manage the education sector School Health and Nutrit
The Whole School Approach to Healthy Lifestyle: Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Policy aims to: - Give high priority to healthy eating and physical activity through holistic education.
There is substantial evidence which indicates that the health of children and young people is a major factor affecting their capacity to learn. Similarly the level of an individual’s education influences their health.
The latest outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the ‘most severe public health emergency seen in modern times’.
School-age children in Rwanda face many challenges related to poor health and poverty such as: environmental hazards including inadequate water, sanitation facilities and school infrastructure, communicable and non-communicable diseases and gender-based violence.