Children at Kingdom Education Centre talk about health

“Being healthy, means being clean at our homes and even at school. We have to keep our classrooms clean and the surroundings green.” Halimah Nabulime 9, P.3

“Being healthy, means being clean at our homes and even at school. We have to keep our classrooms clean and the surroundings green.”

Halimah Nabulime 9, P.3

“To be healthy means you must eat a balanced diet, you have to be clean on your body and it means to protect the environment.”

Gabi Iradukunda 13, P.4.

“Apart from having a good diet and protecting the environment, it’s always good to keep our bodies physically fit by participating in different sports.”

Emmanuel Mayane 11, P.4.

“Every individual should be aware of what makes them healthy. The best way of doing this is by being clean and smart.”

Christine Mbabazi 14, P. 4.

. “All children can stay healthy when they take enough fats, proteins and carbohydrates to sustain their lives and keep them strong and healthier.”

Denise Dushime 12, P.5.

“We have to keep our body, beds and not forgetting the school uniform clean. Playing with friends is always important because we can stay fit that way.”

Kevin Sugira 9, P.3.

“Staying healthy is not something easily done without the help of people around us. It’s a battle that everyone should fight for so that all of us can be in good health.”

Justin Iradukunda 13, P.5.

“Sanitation means a lot to me because when you are healthy and hygienic you avoid so many problems that are suffered by poor people.”

Ismah Karemere 13, P.5.

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