Be aware of concentrations of preventable diseases and of groups vulnerable to them and be critically aware of the policies and strategies implemented to prevent and protect.
Use charts, infographic and statistics that show for contagious diseases in the world, or malnutrition in the world etc.
In groups, students use various sources of information (e.g. ICT), and explain the figures, facts and statistics and present a holistic view of the problem. Examples of prompting questions are: In which countries or regions is the problem big and in which countries is it non-existent? Why?
Which ages are affected? Which factors intensify the problem? What remedial measures are taken? How can countries, groups, people eliminate the risk? What policies and strategies are followed for addressing the problem?
Each group presents and discusses their results to the plenary and jointly develop a plan with suggested strategies addressing the local context for increasing local resilience.