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Thare Machi Education Sustainable Development Goals


UN Sustainable Development Goals - Goal 2: Zero Hunger

‘Extreme hunger and malnutrition remains a barrier to sustainable development and creates a trap from which people cannot easily escape.’ – UN

TME’s lessons give people the opportunity to provide for their families and lift themselves out of poverty. Our lessons on healthy eating help viewers to make positive food choices.
Reducing disease, through improved health in a community, means more days in school and work, as well as stronger minds and bodies. Below are a number of our DVDs which relate directly to preventing people from going hungry.
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Health

Avoiding Ebola

SDG DVD: Avoiding Ebola

  • Teaches what Ebola is, how it can be caught and how to prevent it.
  • Explains the best practices for looking after someone infected with Ebola.
  • Teaches the safest way to bury someone who has died from Ebola.
  • Emphasises the importance of welcoming survivors back into the community as they are no longer at risk.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Health.

Avoiding Malaria

SDG DVD: Avoiding Malaria

  • Raises awareness of the dangers of malaria.
  • Covers the causes and symptoms of malaria and when people are most at risk of getting it.
  • Informs the viewer on how to prevent malaria, emphasising the importance of bed nets and insecticides.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Health.

Bednets Can Save Lives

SDG DVD: Bednets Can Save Lives

  • This DVD complements the Thare Machi Education lesson on Avoiding Malaria.
  • The lesson teaches about toilet hygiene, food preparation, child and baby hygiene, obtaining safe drinking water, and how to keep houses clean.
  • Raises awareness of malaria and its symptoms and also how to prevent against it.
  • Teaches how malaria is spread by mosquitoes and how to protect themselves by using a bed net.
  • Teaches the importance of using a bed net every night and ensuring it covers the whole bed, as well as the importance of looking after a bed net by treating it with insecticide and repairing it if it becomes damaged.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Health.

Cholera

SDG DVD: Cholera

  • Teaches the causes of cholera and how to treat it, as well as advice on how to prevent it.
  • Teaches the symptoms of the illness such as diarrhoea and dehydration so they can identify it as quickly as possible and get the medical help that they need.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Health.

Diarrhoea

SDG DVD: Diarrhoea

  • Raises awareness of the seriousness of the illness, which results in many children’s’ deaths each year.
  • Teaches the dangers of germs and importance of toilet hygiene and washing hands with soap and water.
  • Teaches parents the importance in keeping their child’s fluid levels up by extra breastfeeding if they are young enough, or providing them with lots of clean drinking water.
  • Teaches how to make a simple rehydration mixture.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Health.

Immunisation

Immunisation SDG DVD

  • Teaches mothers the importance of immunising their children.
  • The DVD shows how immunisations are given, as well as what side effects to expect and what to do if a child becomes ill after being immunised.
  • The lesson teaches how all children must be immunised and it is important that, if an immunisation is given as a series of injections, they must complete the whole series.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Health.

TB Can Be Cured

SDG DVD: TB Can Be Cured

  • Informs the viewer of how TB is spread by germs in the air and the main symptoms of it.
  • Teaches the importance of getting medical help if they have any of the symptoms as well as what will happen at a health clinic and the type of treatment they will be given.
  • Emphasises the importance of continuing treatment for the full 6-8 months as this will not only cure them of TB, but also prevent the spread of this highly contagious disease.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Health.

Healthy Living

Basic Hygiene

Basic Hygiene SDG DVD

  • Stresses the importance of keeping themselves, their children and their home clean and gives advice on how to achieve this.
  • The lesson teaches about toilet hygiene, food preparation, child and baby hygiene, obtaining safe drinking water, and how to keep houses clean.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Healthy Living.

Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating DVD

  • Teaches which foods are good for health to enable the viewer to keep themselves and their family healthy.
  • Emphasises the importance of a mixed diet, as many people are reliant on maize or rice as their only food.
  • Covers the different food groups and how each one can provide the body with nutrients in order to keep it strong and protected as well as give a person energy.
  • Advises which foods to avoid, such as sweets and fizzy drinks, to help them maintain a healthy weight.
  • Teaches that small changes to a person’s diet can make a difference and help protect them and their families from illness.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Healthy Living.

Safe Water

Safe Water SDG DVD

  • Teaches the importance of using safe water and how to obtain it.
  • The lesson teaches the viewer to always get water from a clean, safe source such as a pipe or a pump, rather than an open pool.
  • Also teaches viewers with no access to clean water how to make their water safe by boiling it to kill off any germs.
  • Also shows a simple method of purifying water by letting it stand in a clear bottle or container in sunlight for a couple of days.
  • Teaches how to store water to ensure it stays safe and clean.
  • This DVD is part of a series of lessons on Healthy Living.

HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS

SDG DVD HIV/AIDS

  • General overview.
  • Discusses the seriousness of the HIV virus and the ways in which it is spread.
  • Highlights prevention methods such as contraception and the sterilising of razors and syringes.
  • Breaks down some of the common misconceptions about HIV and AIDS, in particular how it can and cannot be passed on.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on HIV/AIDS.

Caring For Someone With AIDS

SDG DVD: Caring for Someone with AIDS

  • Focuses on the role of friends and families of AIDS sufferers and teaches them how to support and care for their loved one.
  • Teaches about the illness and how it is spread, so the friends and family members can keep themselves safe.
  • Breaks down common misconceptions about AIDS and prejudices against AIDS sufferers who are often chased out of their communities or blamed for their illness.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on HIV/AIDS.

Having An HIV Test

SDG DVD: Having an HIV Test

  • Teaches the importance of getting tested to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.
  • TTeaches how easily HIV can be passed on, especially during the first few stages of the illness, before it has been detected.
  • Advises the viewer to get tested at their local health clinic, as well as what to do if they find out they are HIV positive.
  • If a person is HIV positive, they are taught how to take necessary precautions to stop the spread of HIV, as well as the importance of getting the medical help they need.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on HIV/AIDS.

HIV/AIDS: A Guide For Children

SDG DVD: HIV AIDS - A Guide for Children

  • Explains to children that having HIV needn’t change their lives completely. They can still hug and kiss their family and friends, go to school, and play and have fun with their friends as normal.
  • Dispels commonly held myths about how HIV can and cannot be transmitted.
  • It teaches that you cannot catch HIV by sharing cups, spoons, clothes, toys or living in the same house, but stresses the importance of covering cuts and wounds and not touching syringes, needles or razor blades.
  • Stresses the importance of antiretroviral medicine, blood tests and health clinics.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on HIV/AIDS.

How To Take Your HIV Medicine

SDG DVD: How to Take Your HIV Medicine

  • Describes how the HIV virus attacks the body’s defences, and discusses when antiretroviral medication (ARV) needs to be started.
  • Emphasises that although medicines kill the virus, they do not completely cure HIV, and lifelong treatment is essential.
  • Stresses the importance of CD4 blood tests and the role of the healthcare worker.
  • Emphasises the importance of taking the medicine regularly.
  • Informs the viewer that three different medicines will need to be taken which may be in a combined tablet.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on HIV/AIDS.

Living With HIV

SDG DVD: Living with HIV

  • Teaches how HIV is spread, how to prevent it and how to cope if you have the disease.
  • The viewer is advised to visit their local health centre and get tested if they have any concerns.
  • Teaches how to cope with HIV by confiding in someone and also by ensuring the person with HIV stays healthy through eating good food and drinking clean water.
  • Highlights that although HIV is incurable, a sufferer can take medicine to help fight off other illnesses which might attack their weakened immune system.
  • Emphasises that it is still possible to lead a normal life and earn a living even if they have HIV.
  • Discussing and raising awareness of HIV is a vital way of ending discrimination and common misconceptions about the disease.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on HIV/AIDS.

Mother and Baby

When To Have A Baby

SDG DVD: When to have a baby

  • Teaches women how to reduce the risks involved in pregnancy and childbirth to ensure the mother and baby are both healthy.
  • Although there will always be exceptions, the lesson advises women against having children before the age of 18 or after the age of 35.
  • Teaches the dangers of having more than four children and that they should wait at least two years between pregnancies to allow the body to fully recover.
  • Encourages them to go to their health clinic to get advice on family planning.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Mother and Baby healthcare.

Safe Living

Human Trafficking

SDG DVD: Human Trafficking

  • Raises awareness of human trafficking and teaches the viewer how to protect themselves against it.
  • Teaches how traffickers acquire their victims often through false advertisements or by kidnapping or bribery.
  • Teaches the viewer to be wary of anyone who offers them a new life.
  • Teaches people how to protect themselves by asking questions and staying alert and gaining as much information as possible.
  • Where possible a helpline number is given at the end of the lesson, so that victims in some areas have a point of contact if they have concerns about human trafficking.
  • The DVD is part of a series of lessons on Safe Living.

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