8 results for keyword "school"

CARE Learning Tour to Malawi and Kenya
Empowering the Next Generation of Women and Girls - In the world’s poorest communities, girls and women bear the brunt of poverty. When families struggle to earn enough money, it’s the girls who are often first to be kept out of school and last to eat.
Tour to Malawi and Kenya, poorest communities, Quality Health Services in Rural Communities, Improving Food and Nutrition, Living with HIV, HIV in Urban Kenya, HIV-Positive Children,
Menstrual Hygiene in Schools - Africa
Menstrual Hygiene in Schools in 2 Countries of Francophone West Africa: Burkina Faso and Niger 2013 Case Studies
menstrual hygiene, menstruation, period, knowledge of menstruation, understanding of menstruation, first menstruation, sanitary protection at school
Menstrual hygiene among adolescent school girls - Zambia
Menstruation is both a public health concern that requires hygienic management and a human rights issue that demands dignity and health. We conducted six focus groups with 51 respondents from three secondary schools in Mongu District, Western Province, in
menstrual hygiene, menstruation, reproductive health, adolescent girls, gender discrimination
Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Advice for parents or carers
This guidance will assist schools, childcare and other educational settings in providing advice for pupils, students, staff and parents or carers regarding: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), How to prevent the spread of disease, Cases and contacts in educatio
coronavirus, symptoms of novel coronavirus, covid-19, shortness of breath, infected with novel coronavirus, coronavirus infection, prevent coronavirus,
Sleep Patterns and School Performance
Sleep patterns of teenagers have been extensively studied and have revealed considerable variations between school nights and non-school nights of rest.
bedtime, wake times, nrem, rem, rapid-eyes-movement,non-rapid eye movement,sleep-wake cycle
Teens and Sleep - Later School Start Times
Teens & Sleep - Linking Discovery, Practice and Policy. Later School Start Times research by Kyla L. Wahlstrom, Ph.D.
university of minnesota, later school start times, teens and sleep, sleep research,
Pros and Cons of Later School Start Times
Many teens dream of sleeping in each day, but it has nothing to do with laziness or lack of ambition. As children move into adolescence, their sleep cycles change.
depression, psychological disorders, teens sleeping, sleep deprivation, early school start times, mood changes, national sleep foundation
Teen Dating Research (12-14 years of age)
More than 47 percent of all high school students say they have had sex, and 15 percent of high school students have had sex with four or more partners
teen dating, teen dating research, dating relationship, romantic partner, dating violence, sex education in schools