Join in with The Action Against Stunting Hub

Join us to explore how STEM skills are being used in an international health sciences project Action Against Stunting to reduce stunted physical and cognitive development in children.

The project sets the scene for your students to develop their STEM skills and knowledge on health and development.

Activities include

  • carrying out health checks in babies (by weighing and measuring)
  • developing containers with temperature sensors to transport body samples to laboratories for analysis

Free materials for teachers to continue these STEM activities back in school.

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  • Agriculture/food
  • Environment
  • Nature
  • Climate Action
  • Medicine/healthcare

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