Tag: Climate Change
A short video interview of two Ugandan farmers
This video to can be used as a discussion starter with your class as they see that climate change is already affecting many of the groups that Send a Cow works with in Africa. Find out from Jane and Helen what they are doing to lessen its affects. If you don’t have access to Vimeo.com at school, register for an account on their website at home and then you can download all our videos using the link on the bottom right of each video page.
Learn how a Ugandan boy is preparing for climate change
Using this fun game, case study and Powerpoint, you can help pupils to understand how climate change is already affecting families in African countries. Olinga from Uganda is an encouraging example of how using simple methods (some can be tried out in your school) and hard work can help people be more food secure for the future. At the same time, this resource will help pupils to think about their own use of energy and resources in the UK.
Animated trip exploring food and climate change
Join Beeko the chicken on his skateboard trip around Uganda - meeting people along the way who tell him how food, climate change and poverty are affecting their lives. This fun animated tour gives a good background to food in the country and helps to show how people are growing food in difficult conditions with the help of Send a Cow training. Join Beeko on his trip!
Why going green matters for Africa
Africa is the continent most likely to be hardest hit by climate change. These information boxes could form a display to help pupils think about the importance of being green. The facts outline some of the possible affects of climate change and should be carefully set in the context of positive steps that pupils can carry out in the UK, as well as the positive work of Send a Cow - helping families to grow food in a sustainable way.