Ms. Svetla Bozhilova, Svetlina 1923 Public Chitalishte, village of Trud: “Informed and Healthy: Good Practices with School Goers”

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Ms. Svetla Bozhilova, Svetlina 1923 Public Chitalishte, village of Trud: “Informed and Healthy: Good Practices with School Goers”

  1. 1. INFORMED AND HEALTHY
  2. 2. Good Practices with School Goers Library at Svetlina 1929 Public Chitalishte, Village of Trud Svetla Bozhilova, Librarian
  3. 3. CONTENTHOW THE IDEA WAS BORN * MEETING OF DIABETICS WITH ASSOC. PROF. ORBETSOVA * MEETING OF MOTHERS-TO-BE WITH THE BREASTFEEDING CENTER * SERIES OF MEETINGS WITH DR. YANEV (DIABETICS’ DIET AND LIFESTYLE) * PREVENTION – AIDS * DEPENDENCY PREVENTIONGLOB@L LIBRARIES – BULGARIA PROGRAM (STAGE 2009): A NEW AVENUE FORLIBRARY DEVELOPMENT * NEW OPPORTUNITIES * DRUGS PREVENTION * ALCOHOL AND SMOKING PREVENTION * AGGRESSION PREVENTION * “HEALTHY VILLAGE” PROJECTTAKING CARE OF CHILDREN’S AND SCHOOL GOERS’ FUTURE: MAKING THEIRLIVES WORTHWHILE * LOCAL CWV (CENTER FOR WORKING WITH VOLUNTEERS), VILLAGE OF TRUD
  4. 4. HOW THE IDEA WAS BORN Informal talks on health related issues during library visits Demand for health literature does not correspond to users’ needs Stock update needed in compliance with school goers’ needs in support of the education process A young man from the village, aged 22, loses his sight as a result of diabetes Attempt to receive library equipment for sight impaired people Preventive examinations conducted by the GPs Dr. Nalbantski and Dr. Sapunarova identified more than 500 people suffering from diabetes with a total population of more than 4,000 people Partnership with Sts. Cyril and Methodius Primary School and Regional Police Inspector Plamen Mitev Children: our common concern
  5. 5. TOGETHER IN THE FIGHT WITH DIABETES MEETING OF DIABETICS FROM TRUD WITH ASSOC. PROF. ORBETSOVA 14 NovemberDiabetes World Day At the chitalishte hall
  6. 6. SERIES OF MEETINGS WITH DR. NIKOLAY YANEV DIABETICS’ DIET AND LIFESTYLE HYGIENE OF HEALTH
  7. 7. PREVENTIONAIDS, ALCOHOL, SMOKING, AGGRESSION, TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
  8. 8. PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CENTER FOR EUROPEAN INITIATIVES (CEI), STARA ZAGORA“MASTERS” PROJECT AND “LOST STANKA” PERFORMANCE (FORUM THEATER) OR A WAY TO CHANGE OUR LIVING ENVIRONMENT PREVENTION OF ALCOHOL DEPENDENCY AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE
  9. 9. THE GLOB@L LIBRARIES – BULGARIA PROGRAM IN THE VILLAGE OF TRUD STAGE 2009  New services for the population  Fast and easy access to information  Preparation of school goers’ presentations with the help of the librarian
  10. 10. PSYCHOLOGISTS AND VOLUNTEERS TOGETHER IN THE FIGHT AGAINST DRUGS DEPENDENCY Drugs prevention Informed and Healthy with the Ministry of Health movies
  11. 11. ALCOHOL AND SMOKING PREVENTION
  12. 12. LIFE LOVES NON-SMOKERS WITH INSPECTOR NONKA LOVCHEVA FROM THE CHILDREN’SPEDAGOGICAL OFFICE AND THE MOVIES FROM THE INFORMED AND HEALTHY CAMPAIGN OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH
  13. 13. LOCAL CENTER FOR WORKING WITH VOLUNTEERS AT SVETLINA 1929 PUBLIC CHITALISHTE IN TRUDPART OF THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR WORKING WITH VOLUNTEERS COORDINATOR: SVETLA BOZHILOVA, LIBRARIAN
  14. 14. “30 KM. TO BETTER LIFE”PROJECT OF LORRAINE DAGGETT, US PEACE CORPSE VOLUNTEERHEALTHY EATING, SPORTS, PREVENTION OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR
  15. 15. ANTI AIDS CAMPAIGNAT STS. CYRIL AND METHODIUS PRIMARY SCHOOL, TRUD
  16. 16. INCEPTION TRAINING OF LOCAL CENTER VOLUNTEERS
  17. 17. NATIONAL VOLUNTEER EXCHANGE 2012 “LIFE WITH A MISSION”ORGANIZED BY THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR WORKING WITHVOLUNTEERS AND ATTENDED BY FIVE VOLUNTEERS FROM TRUD
  18. 18. OPEN DOORS DAY LECTURE ON PUBLIC ORDER OBSERVANCEWITH INSPECTOR NONKA LOVCHEVA FROM THE REGIONAL POLICE DIRECTORATE IN TRUD
  19. 19. “HEALTHY VILLAGE” PROJECT Questionnaire survey among 100 respondents Information meetings with target groups  health prevention  open door sports and tourism  enhanced public awareness
  20. 20. WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE FUTURE! To ensure healthy and happy lives for our children, we need to inform them and watch over their health and safety because they are our common concern!

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