Everyone Counts: How to share your food so everyone gets enough to eat

This child-friendly book follows Mika and Christina’s Family as they challenge the eating norms of their village to ensure that each family membrer gets enough food.  The parrots Zaza and Zuzu suggest that they divide the food before eating, instead of letting Papa Geraldo eat himself full first. The story teaches important lessons about nutrition and the importance of sharing your food with the whole family. The story is followed by suggestions for discussion and comprehension activities, classroom or club activities, and a brief of eight core messages that constitute the Children’s Participation in Learning and Action for Nutrition (PCAAN) programme.

The story Everyone Counts is for children aged 10–14 depending on their reading ability. They can also read it to younger children. Its focus is on creative thinking, problem solving and nutrition.

Published 2018-07-02

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Publication year
2016
Format
pdf, 20p.
Rights
© 2016 Children for Health. All rights reserved.
Country
Mozambique
Identifier
ISBN 978-1-911480-03-7

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Publication year
2016
Format
pdf, 20p.
Rights
© 2016 Children for Health. All rights reserved.
Country
Mozambique
Identifier
ISBN 978-1-911480-03-7