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Njala College, Sierra Leone - A structured course of Primary Health Care materials for teachers

We are also building a similar course for the Ngara  region of North West Tanzania. The materials will be used by trainee teachers at the Diocese Training College and by teachers working in the region.

This course will offer teachers in both the primary and secondary sectors notes on ways of assisting their students to recognize the symptoms of and corrective actions for a range of illnesses and diseases. They will also provide suggestions for ways in which young people can assist sufferers. 

 Empowering the young - introduction to the basic philosophy of the materials
 malaria in sierra leone
 leprosy remains a problem a brief analysis     
 

 

Njala Six week course for Advanced Primary Teachers in Primary Health Care

 

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Week 1

sierra leone teachers in primary health care education

(a) Basic introduction to:

        PHC via education use Power Point Presentation (already provided)

        Peer and community education health maps, body maps and calendars

.        Basic indications

 

(b) Introduction to major diseases to be covered

        Water borne

        Others

        Reactions and life style improvements

 

Week 2

 

Water Borne diseases (A)

        Malaria

        Bilharzia

        Clean safe water

        Guinea Worm

 

 

Water borne (B)

        River Blindness

        Denge

        Others

 

Week 3

 

Others

        Vitamin A deficiency part 1 part 2

        HIV/Aids

        Diabetes

        Leprosy

        Others

 

Week 4

 

Caring for the young of the community

 

        Worms

        Diarrhoea

        Measles

        Coughs, colds and pneumonia

        Looking after your eyes

                    Looking after our teeth

Week 5

 

Helping those in community stay healthy or suffer less from a disease

 

        Growing vegetables 

        Healthy food  how do we know if they are eating enough 

        Using resources e.g. school farms

        Teenage girls have special food needs

            .        Is there malnutrition in your community

            .        Immunisation

Week 6

 

Concluding the content and discussing teaching styles

 

           

           .         Lesson plans 

           .         Schemes of work 

           .         Involving colleagues 

 


Caring for children
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