Revisiting The Joy of Learning

This IRC publication was published in 2005, but the participatory learning activities on sanitation and hygiene for teachers and pupils are still relevant and useful. So this is an opportunity to revisit The Joy of Learning. You can download the whole book, but you can also download separate chapters or activities.



3.3 What a surprise

How to gain knowledge on the safe water chain for children aged 5-7 is explained in this section of The Joy of Learning.

3.3_What_a_surprise.pdf (31.7 kB)

3.4 Yoopy scoopy

Practical lessons on safe storage and drawing of drinking water for 5 to 9 year old children in The Joy of Learning.

3.4_Yoopy_scoopy.pdf (98.9 kB)

3.5 Wash and drain

Learning how to protect water sources for children from 8 to 14 in The Joy of Learning.

3.5_Wash_and_drain.pdf (286.9 kB)

3.6 Filtering the flow

Learning the links between water and health for children aged 8-14 can and how they can help improve the health of themselves and everyone around them in this section of The Joy of Learning.

3.6_Filtering_the_flow.pdf (31.6 kB)

3.7 The rainmakers

Make children between 8-14 aware of source contamination and water quality through these participatory methods in The Joy of Learning.

3.7_The_rainmakers.pdf (31.6 kB)

3.8 Bill Harzia

Children learn to avoid risky water uses by themselves and by others through this method described in The Joy of Learning.

3.8_Bill_Harzia.pdf (109.3 kB)

Video

Podcast: Involving local communities for sustainable WASH in Schools

This WASH Talk podcast episode discusses the creative solutions Simavi and Aqua for All use in Africa.

Podcast: Involving local communities for sustainable WASH in Schools