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Our climate change resources examine why and how changing weather patterns are disrupting the lives of communities around the world. Learners will discover what they can do at a local level to fight this global problem.
Ahmed, resident of Khairpur Nathan Shah, wades through flood waters in District Dadu, Pakistan.
Photo Gideon Mendel/Corbis/ActionAid
Experience what it’s like living in a world of water through the eyes of four remarkable children. Discover stories of heat-busting chickens, floating ambulances and wild weather, as Aasia, Prianka, Shumona and Abdullah show you how they live and learn in Bangladesh.
Put your class in 12-year-old Daeka’s shoes. She has taken a 360 degree photo to show the effects of drought in her village in east Africa. To complement this incredible 360° photo, we’ve created two colourful posters to help your class to understand how drought affects people, plants and animals.
John, Kelvin and Mukta faced many different challenges, but shared one issue in common: food insecurity. These World Food Day teaching resources show the children at home and at school, and showcase the solutions which removed their fear of going hungry. Use this pack on World Food Day, as a harvest festival resource or even as a harvest festival assembly.
Discover how people around the world are rising to the challenge of climate change with the help of ActionAid. The PowerPoint slides contain engaging photos, links to film footage, discussion points and case studies of people learning new survival skills – from building rafts to curing snake bites.