Activity packs for World Thinking Day 2013 available now

27 November 2012

Twin activity packs for the two 2013 themes of "Every mother's life and health is precious" and "Together we can save children's lives" are now available for download.

The activity packs are free to download. Based on Millennium Development Goals (MDG) 4 and 5, the packs contain activities for World Thinking Day, information on the focus countries Republic of Ireland, Jordan, Malawi, Pakistan and Venezuela, and details on how to earn the World Thinking Day badge.

Click below to download the two packs.

 

MDG4 activity pack

MDG4 activity pack

MDG5 activity pack

MDG5 activity pack

 

To take part in Thinking Day Activities at Pax Lodge in 2013 please contact programme@paxlodge.org.

 

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Lynda Spittle - 30 January 2013 - 4.19AM (GMT)

Neonatal Tetanus has been eradicated in 29 countries so far. Only 30 more to go by our traget date of 2015.

wendy - 3 January 2013 - 3.15PM (GMT)

This is a fantastic resource but, so many pages to downlpoad and print - all in colour too.

U. Savas Baran - 31 December 2012 - 7.04AM (GMT)

I will try to contact Kiwanees in Turkey and fing out status of Prenatal tetanus in Turkey to padd the information to Turkish guides and Scouts

Lynda Spittle - 28 November 2012 - 6.24AM (GMT)

This is such an important topic.
I belong to an International Kiwanis Club called Kiwanis and we are working with UNICEF to raise several million dollars to eradicate Neonatal tetanus in many countries. It would be so good if my Guiding Family joined with me in supporting this, since it is exactly what the 2013 Thinking Day Theme is about. Contact me if you would like to be part of a combined Guiding/ Kiwanis venture.

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