Additional sites administered by the Partnership for Child Development:
Partnership for Child Development (PCD)
| PCD is committed to improving the education, health and nutrition of school-age children and youth in low income countries. Based within the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at London’s Imperial College PCD helps countries and international agencies turn the findings of evidence based research into national interventions that benefit millions of children around the world.
West Africa Network of Ministry of Education HIV&AIDS Focal Points in ECOWAS and Mauritania
HIV&AIDS and Education Network in Eastern Africa.
|The network's objectives are to accelerate the education sector's response to HIV&AIDS in the ECOWAS Region and Mauritania. It aims to do this through facilitating stronger and better quality actions at the national levels through the creation of a framework to share information and experiences, proposition of guidelines and the promotion of good practices.
| This network is formed from 12 Minister of Education in Eastern and Southern Africa recognizing the need to accelerate the education sectors' response to HIV&AIDS in the region through stronger and better quality actions at the national level.
The network facilitates and promotes the sharing of information, expertise and proposes guidelines for the promotion of good practices to support the education sector's response to the effects of HIV&AIDS.
Focusing Resources on Effective School Health (FRESH)
Grounded in the practical expereinces of leading international agencies FRESH's objectives is to identify and promote a cost effective activities which can form the basis for intensified and joint action to make schools healthy for children and so contribute to the development of child-friendly schools.
This FRESH Start approach was launched at the World Education Forum in Senegal, April 2000
Food For Education (FFE)
| Food for Education (FFE) programs provide school feeding (school meals or snacks) and/or take-home rations to support equitable access to education among the most vulnerable and food-insecure population groups of assisted countries.
The FFE site is one of the main repositories for information on all the School Feeding activities implemented worldwide.
School Health, Nutrition and HIV Agnecy sites can be found on the Agencies
See also Resources
for organisations that produce or distribute materials of interest to school health and nutrition.