What is the scope of school-based and school-linked education and learning about health, life skills, social development and sustainable, equitable development?
What is the WHO's strategy for Health Promoting Schools and how is that linked with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the WHO's 13th General Programme of Work?
The webinar will orient participants to the revised UN International technical guidance on sexuality education, highlighting the resource’s new and expanded content.
The latest edition of the Disease Control Priorities (DCP 3) includes for the first time a volume on child and adolescent health and development. This proposes two essential packages.
Oral diseases are among the most common diseases worldwide, particularly for school-age children and adolescents. They pose significant public health issues and have social impacts for all countries.
Sangath is India's 4th leading Public Health Research Institute. The non-profit organization has delivered several successful school-based and school-linked research projects and programs.
How do you ensure different sources of food and nutrition in schools? Join us to learn about school-based nutrition interventions, with examples from Save the Children’s experience in Latin America.
The strategy used by the Filipino Department of Education and GIZ to provide support to improve sanitation infrastructure in selected schools in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, Philippines.
Dr. Stan Kutcher, Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre in Mental Health Policy offers insights on how mental health programmes and teacher training can be delivered in low resources countries.
The School Heath Integrated Programming initiative is a global programme that supports governments to mainstream school health and nutrition (SHN) interventions into national education sector plans.
WHO’s strategy to integrate oral health promotion into general health programmes through reducing sugar intake and the targeting of oral health messages at school children.
An introduction to WHO's Global School Health Initiative and Health Promoting Schools guidance and WHO's Guidance on Promoting Diet and Physical Activity in School Settings.