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EUROPAFRICA

An exciting set of new Geography resources for key stages 3 and 4 (11-16 years)

Skilled farmers, fishermen and pastoralists have grown food for their families and local markets throughout Africa for generations.

Enable your pupils to learn how and why this sustainable way of producing food is under threat and what they can do to make a difference.

The materials are divided into bite-size sections. Each has a lesson outline, Power Point presentation, a broad range of activities for pupils and further information for teachers.

 

EuropAfrica : Food Connections

Food Connections introduces pupils to thinking about where the food they eat is grown and the impact for farmers in Africa and Europe.

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EuropAfrica : Farming Systems

This Farming Systems section provides pupils with the opportunity to learn about a range of small scale farming systems in Africa.

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EuropAfrica : A Farming Mystery

A Farming Mystery enables pupils to explore the River Tana District in Kenya as context for learning how farmers are under threat from land and water grabs.

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EuropAfrica : Farmers' Fair

The Farmers' Fair resources provide opportunities for pupils to learn how sharing skills, knowledge and technologies helps small scale farmers to sustain productive farms.

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EuropAfrica : Shamba Shape Up

Shamba Shape Up gives pupils an opportunity to develop a script or video clip for a Kenyan TV series designed to support small scale farmers deal with the effects of change.

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EuropAfrica : Evaluation

Two question sheets to assess pupils understanding and attitudes towards Food and Farming Issues before and after using the EuropAfrica materials.

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EuropAfrica

A free A2 colour poster to support the EuropAfrica teaching materials

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EuropAfrica : Towards Food Sovereignty

EuropAfrica is a campaign involving European and African organisations working together to rethink unsustainable models of food production.

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This project is co funded by the European Commission DCI-NSAED/2010/240-529

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