There are countless resources available. Below you will find our favourites. Just click on the names to go straight to the website. All the sites are excellent, however the top four are extremely useful for teachers & teaching resources.
Practical Action – practical work about energy, food and agriculture, water and sanitation, urban poverty, transport and climate change. Special educational section for primary school children.
Oxfam – see RESOURCES extensive education section on climate change, conflict, fair trade, food, global food crisis, human rights, maternal health and water, for 5-18 year olds. Also good section on rights of children.
Wherever the need – primary focus is alleviation of poverty by introducing sanitation and water facilities that create good health, thereby giving individuals the ability to hold down a job. Empowering people: features environment, livelihoods, poverty, sanitation and water.
Global gateway – bringing an international dimension to education. International School Award. Linking support. Case studies. PROJECTS AND COLLABORATION – Fair trade, healthy schools, eco-schools, science/environment.
The Development Education Association – DEA is an education charity that promotes global learning. Runs global dimension...
Global Dimension – search TEACHING RESOURCES. Over 30 topics – extensive list - covering all aspects of the curriculum for 3 to 18 year olds.
Actionaid - school resources, free downloads, lesson ideas, activities, video clips, photos, case studies for geography and citizenship.
Christianaid – TEACHERS. Bring the global dimension to your school with easy-to-use resources.
Save The Children – features child poverty, children’s rights, climate change, education and hunger. RESOURCES Teaching resources get children and young people thinking about their rights and about the issues faced by their contemporaries.
United Nations - Millenium Goals - Rights of children. SCHOOLS Teacher zone, campaigns, “RIGHTS RESPECT” School award. Educational resources to download and buy.
Wateraid – Everything water!!!
Friends and Partners
We do not believe that Starfish should work alone. Down through the history of Malawi, there have been many people and charities who have sought to help those who have little. Christians believe this fulfils their calling of "loving one's neighbour". Starfish seeks out partners to assist them in delivering their mission. Those chosen all have gifts and experiences that Starfish do not have. Working together is essential in using our gifts efficiently. Those listed are partners who are tried and tested.
Church historian and researcher of Chichewa/Chinyanja Steven Paas (MTh, ThD) has developed this dictionary and website site which offers free translations of English to Chichewa and Chichewa to English. Please click on the image on the right to go straight to the website and start practicing your Chichewa.