33 search results

Nutrition, child and maternal health in Papua New Guinea

This section addresses the relationship between nutrition, child and maternal health. It explores the impact of poor nutrition and other factors impacting child and maternal health. It also examines...

A Day in the Life of Lucy film clip

This film clip introduces Lucy, who lives in rural Uganda with her adopted mother Doreen, and 9 brothers and sisters. In a typical day, Lucy helps her family by collecting water and firewood, helping...

We live in a diverse world: Indonesia (Years 6-10)

This chapter provides an excellent background overview of Indonesia and Australia’s links with the country. This is essential for all units in Years 6–10 and especially the Year 6 unit...

Water and human wellbeing (Years 7, 10)

This case study examines the environmental, social and economic importance of water, and issues of scarcity and management. It is a valuable resource for the Year 7 unit Water in the world and...

Urbanisation and human wellbeing (Years 8, 10)

This case study examines the challenges of human wellbeing and urbanisation, especially in the megacity of Jakarta. It is a valuable resource for the Year 8 unit Changing Nations, the Year 10 unit...

Get Connected: Food Security

This issue of Get Connected: Food Security is FREE to download. It explores issues of food insecurity and how global citizens respond to these challenges. Inside you’ll find up-to-date case studies...

Get Connected: Climate Change

This issue looks at how humans interact with the physical environment, with a focus on greenhouse emissions and deforestation. How does climate change impact those living in developing countries and...

Chantal and the 40 Hour Famine - a persuasion text

Students develop their understanding of extreme poverty, and the differences in living conditions, through viewing a film clip about a young girl from Rwanda. Students examine and analyse the film clip...

Global Food Inequality - simulation game instructions

Students explore global inequalities in food production and consumption through participating in a brief simulation game, and viewing the film clip 'We are all connected'. We are all connected (4:04min)

Get Connected: Disasters

The world is facing disasters on a record scale – since 2000, disasters have killed an average of 98,000 people each year and destroyed the livelihoods of millions more. This issue explores the...