Health Education in 20 Primary Schools in Cameroon

Jan 17, 2013

20 more schools added, thanks to you!

With the main objective of creating HIV/AIDS and Malaria awareness amongst primary school pupils by actively involving the health scouts in the fight against HIV/AIDS and Malaria, the Health Club project has continued to achieve remarkable progress under the Motto: “Good Health For Quality Education”.  Last year saw the initiation, execution and the evaluation of the pilot phase of this project and given the success achieved, 20 more schools have been enrolled to benefit from this project. We are also moving to the North of Cameroon, extending to schools there.

We are also hiring! bringing in devoted individuals to enhance our work.

A system has also been created tomake maximum usage of the material donated to the health club like the HIV
Action readers and the Love Check Game which is an HIV Prevention game.  During the visits by the Knowledge for Children team for the launching of the Health Clubs, we spend alot of time with the Health Club Coordinators and the Health Scouts educating them on how to make the clubs more effective, we focus more on demonstrating how to play the love check game. This game is a great tool to facilitate interactive HIV education and well as break the silence about HIV since players are stimulated to discuss HIV related issues. We believe that this game will have a great positive impact in HIV Education in the communities where we work. Wehave also designed a Health toolkit which covers a wide range of health issues that will help a lot to build the capacity of the heal club coordinators.World AIDS DAY 2012!

  The Health scouts Knowledge for Children joint the population of Jakiri Subdivision in the North West Region of Cameroon to celebrate the international World AIDS Day on the 1st of December 2012 to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and demonstrate international solidarity in the face of the pandemic.The clubs that were represented presented a lot of activities ranging from drama, songs, poems, traditional dances, debates and much more. These
activities covered a wide range of topics like, Knowing Your HIV Status,Preventing HIV, Experiences from HIV Action Readers, Caring for Someone Livingwith HIV, Fighting Against Stigma and Discrimination, Dialogue Between parents and children on HIV, Supporting orphans.  It was so much fun to watch these children present their activities with a lot of self esteem.   All our thanks goto the Health Club Coordinators who have always worked to help these children create more HIV/AIDs awareness. 


We will endlessly continue to extend our heart felt gratitude to all those who have and are still giving their financial and moral support to help us bring more healthy habit to primary school children so as to create an HIV Free Generation in the North West Region of Cameroon. Life is a learning process so any information or
advice you may bring to help will be genuinely received.


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Project Leader

Devine Suiven

Kumbo, North West Region Cameroon

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Map of Health Education in 20 Primary Schools in Cameroon