Filtered by: Education <Back to previous page ‘We are young. We have the power to change our community.’A young man in Bangladesh is raising up tomorrow’s leaders on a diet of homegrown food and business skills. A football field provides common ground for young people in LebanonSport is an excellent way to reach young people, especially when they are discontented. Towards the end of 2018 the Foundation for Forgiveness and… A helping hand for childhood immunisationMany people have difficulty remembering the schedule for childhood immunisation. This means that children often miss some or all of a series of… A journey towards wholeness: ‘The best 10 weeks of my life so far’Youth unemployment is a huge problem in Nigeria. Half of the country’s population is under the age of 30, and the public sector cannot absorb the… Advocacy - communicating with people in power - good practice guide Communities moved to tears by their own ‘disaster movies’Educational films can be a great way to inform local communities about risks from potential natural disasters and health care issues. They are… Football fosters forgiveness in the Middle EastWould a football tournament organised by refugees and local youths in a high-tension zone in Lebanon achieve its goals of acceptance and forgiveness?… Fruitful training brings hope and joy to cocoa farmers in Ivory CoastAward-winning British chocolatier Will Torrent will be pleased to know that chocolate consumption around the world is on the rise. The latest figures… Lockdown learning Being stuck at home during lockdown can be a great time to explore a short course and learn something new. You can brush up on a subject that… Review of Footsteps 109: YouthThe cover of the new Footsteps magazine is full of hope. It features nine young people from all corners of the globe and makes me curious to know the… Six ways that PEP* is changing education outcomes in UgandaJeremiah 29:11 raises the question of whether people have a “hope and a future”. This is what God promises. This is also the crux of the review of… The Girl EffectDavid Westlake wrote this post a few years ago. As we are in the middle of the UN’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign, it is… Toolkit: art therapy for orphans and vulnerable childrenCreating art and talking about it can help children heal from difficult experiences. Activities can include drawing, painting, modelling, collage and… Toolkit: more art therapy ideas for vulnerable childrenIn our last post we explored how art can be used to create a safe place for anxious and traumatised children. In the second part of this mini-series… Up close and personal: children learning about natureA Rocha is a Christian wildlife conservation organisation working in 20 countries. They share some activities for helping children and young people to engage with the natural world.