Fwd [chifa] A thank you from Children for Health

15 December, 2019

The message below is forwarded from our child health and rights forum CHIFA. Join CHIFA: http://www.hifa.org/joinchifa

Best wishes, Neil

Dear All,

A BIG thank you to all members of CHIFA and HIFA as the year draws to a close. I get a great deal of inspiration and assistance from being in this network, and, this year, members have helped us a great deal - with developing our posters, translating our content and developing new sets of health messages for children to learn and share. Having this network to lean on and getting the feedback that we do from so many, gives me confidence that we are doing something important and useful.

For those who want to follow our work more closely...

1. I am posting most days onto my Linked in profile (please send an invitation to Clare Hanbury connect); and

2. (even better) please consider joining out Children for Health community.


It only takes a minute or two to subscribe and then you will get our news around 6 times a year -. Our newsletters tend to be links to things we posted on the blog or published so by subscribing you wont miss anything.

A very happy holidays to you all.


CHIFA profile: Clare Hanbury is director of Children for Health (www.childrenforhealth.org). She qualified as a teacher in the UK and then worked in schools in Kenya and Hong Kong. After an MA in Education in Developing Countries and for many years, Clare worked for The Child-to-Child Trust based at the University of London’s Institute of Education where, alongside Hugh Hawes and Professor David Morley she worked to help embed the Child-to-Child ideas of childrens participation in health ­ into government and non-government child heaalth and education programmes in numerous countries. Clare has worked with these ideas alongside vulnerable groups of children such as refugees and street children. Since her MSc in International Maternal and Child Health, Clare has worked freelance and focuses on helping government and non-government programmes to design and deliver child-centered health and education programmes where children are active participants. Clare has worked in many countries in East and Southern Africa and in Pakistan, Cambodia and the Yemen. Her current passion is for distilling health information for teachers, health workers and others ­ into simple practical health messages actionable by children.



Email: clare.hanbury AT zen.co.uk