DID YOU KNOW…
1 December is World AIDS Day. The theme for this year is “Know your status.” Every year 1 Million people die from HIV simply because they don’t know that that they have HIV and they are not on treatment. Every minute, of every single day, and girl between the ages of 15-24 gets HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.
Most people think this is a scary topic and very unsuitable for little kids – but knowledge is power, and Sibo is all about empowering children, one page at a time. Sibo Thinks Positively, the 7th title in the Sibo Series, is a free read on the website for the month of December.
20 August is World Mosquito Day! Read Sibo Fights Malaria to find out more about this disease.
Read the blog to find out more about this awesome happening!
One way that you can easily help is to stop using plastic straws. Yes… it’s fun to sip a cool drink out of a straw, but often those very same straws land up in the ocean causing unbelievable harm to helpless creatures. These days you can get special reusable glass straws.
Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. It is preventable and curable.
Most the the people who die of malaria are babies and children under the age of 5. Ninety percent of the people who get malaria live in Africa – or became infected whilst visiting Africa.
South African Grade 4 learners are the MOST BULLIED in the world – here’s what YOU can do to help
Sibo Newsletter March 2018.
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Radio Today interviews with Gillian Godsell