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  • Trócaire 40th anniversary logo taking up half of slide and Ambika taking up other half.
  • Peters Projection world map from designers
  • People farming in a country different to India
  • Photo of a clinic or hospital?
  • Photo from Haiti
  • Slideshow 3 trócaire's work sp

    1. 1. Trócaire’s Work3rd class to 6th class/Key Stage 2
    2. 2. Trócaire works with poor communities in Asia, Africa, Latin America andthe Middle East. Can you point out these regions on the world map?
    3. 3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/trocaire/43624 57010/Trócaire teaches people different ways to grow crops so that they haveenough food to eat. What could they do with the food if they grow toomuch to eat?
    4. 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/trocaire/30637 31448/Trócaire helps people who are sick to go to the hospital and to getmedicine. Trócaire also teaches people ways to look after themselves andto stay healthy. Why is this so important?
    5. 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/trocaire/53298 21008/Trócaire supports people in poor countries after a natural disaster oremergency. Do you remember the earthquake in Haiti in 2010? Trócaireprovided support for the people whose homes were destroyed..
    6. 6. Trócaire works in a state called Odisha in India. Ambika lives in a smallvillage in Odisha. She is 9 years old.
    7. 7. Ambika helps her parents to grow food to eat. Ambika gets worriedwhen it does not rain because there is no water for the crops. Trócairehas taught them ways to grow crops with less water.
    8. 8. Ambika loves school. In what ways is Ambika’s classroom the same, andin what ways is Ambika’s classrooom different to yours? Why do youthink going to school is so important?
    9. 9. Thank you for learning about Trócaire’s work Log onto www.trocaire.org to find out more.

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