Help create a poster for children on immunisation

10 November, 2021

Dear All,

The team at Children for Health is looking to gather a review panel to contribute their expertise towards a project to revise our 10 immunisation messages for children to learn and share.

Children for Health is dedicated to the promotion of health education in developing countries, focused on developing children as agents of change and communicators of essential health messages in their families and communities.

Our health messages aim to be simple, reliable, health education messages aimed at children aged 8-14.

We created 10 messages aimed to help children understand immunisation in 2015.

We are seeking experts to help revise and strengthen these messages and ensure they are still clinically accurate and appropriate for our target age group and in these times of a global pandemic and issues of vaccine hesitancy etc,

Please contact our team if you are interested in collaborating on this project. It will involve around 4-5 rounds of feedback on 10 messages and ideas for activities (optional!) over the next couple of months.

Visit our website for more information about our organization, existing health messages, and free resources.



HIFA profile: Clare Hanbury qualified as a teacher in the UK and began her career teaching 6-13 year old children in schools in Kenya and Hong Kong. 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 children's participation in health into government and non-government child health and education programmes in numerous countries. Clare has continued to work to promote these ideas as a freelance adviser and trainer. She has worked in East and Southern Africa, Pakistan, Cambodia, Vietnam and the Yemen. In 2013, Clare founded Children for Health, a British Registered Charity that provides accurate engaging health information for those working or living with children and inspiring them to use fun methods to mobilise children as health activists in their families and communities. Clare is a member of the HIFA Working Group on Information for Citizens, Parents and Children. Email: clare.hanbury AT