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For me it’s very strange to be contributing to crisis response measures in developing countries while simultaneously living through the same crisis in the UK. Definitely a first in my more than 25 years in international development. But while the virus physically attacks everyone in the same way i...
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Did you know that our Schools' resources are free and available for everyone? 'Stop the Spread' is an innovative challenge that helps children aged 7-14 understand the problems caused by the spread of disease and the importance of good hygiene and handwashing. Perfectly suitable for homeschooling! Please share with your networks and here's a link to download. fal.cn/37jXD... See MoreSee Less
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