Episcopal Relief and Development has created a set of resources for children from early childhood through secondary school on a range of global issues such as water and sanitation, malaria, and food and gardens. While designed for use by congregations, the materials are easily adaptable to classrooms, school worship, and service learning. They include:
- The Abundant Life Garden Project for early childhood and elementary grades
- Nets for Life Inspiraiton Fund materials related to malaria; and
- Act Out: Empowering Youth to Heal a Hurting World, a retreat-centered curriculum on clean water and sanitaiton and malaria for middle and high school students.
Additional information is available on the Episcopal Relief and Development page in the NAES Library or by visiting the Episcopal Relief and Development website under Christian Formation Programs.