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Restoring our Earth: For a healthier and fairer world

by Eat Smart Save Your Land

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Celebrating the Mother Earth Day and the World Health Day
Eat Smart Save Your Land
Eat Smart Save Your Land is a KA229 Erasmus+ project where partners from Greece, Turkey, Austria, Serbia, Italy and France recognizing that:
a)If we want to feed a future population a healthy diet within planetary boundaries we have to transform eating habits, improve food production and reduce food waste,
b)Schools are ideal settings for supporting the European Green Deal as these are responsible of young people’s education and their ability to act as responsible citizens who fully participate in civic and social life, but there is big differences in the way they interpret and deal with “green growth” (sustainability and nutrition education),
come together to help students be equipped with the necessary food "literacy" (how & where food is grown and produced, what ingredients/substances it is made of, how it’s transferred, if it’s safe & healthy, etc) so to be able to link the compulsory topic of nutrition with sustainability and counteract climate change.

International Mother Earth Day
Mother Earth is a common expression for the planet earth in a number of countries and regions, which reflects the interdependence that exists among human beings, other living species and the planet we all inhabit.
The theme for 2021 is Restore our Earth.

World Health Day
April 7 of each year marks the celebration of World Health Day. From its inception at the first Health Assembly in 1948 and since taking effect in 1950, the celebration has aimed to create awareness of a specific health theme to highlight a priority area of concern for the World Health Organization. This year WHO invited all to join a new campaign to build a fairer, healthier world.
eTwinning Live
An online event was organized to eTwinning live so as all the partners to present their students' work.
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Celebrations at EK Nafpaktou, Greece
World Health Day - International Mother Earth Day
Students and teachers in all partner schools, who participate to the eTwinning / Erasmus+ project "Eat Smart Save Your Land", decided to celebrate the World Health day and the International Mother Earth day at once through a campaign entitled "Restoring our Earth:for a healthier and fairer world", so as to encourage their societies to fight health inequities and protect our environment as this has a vital role to our health and wellbeing.

World Health Day (7/4/2021)
Students in Greece started their learning activities on the topic, brainstorming based to a comic that was created by the teacher on Pixton Edu. Students were asked to think about health inequities and make presentations by using any Web 2.00 app they would like.
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International Mother Earth Day (22/4/2021)
For Mother Earth Day, students worked based to the toolkit and material provided by Students explored a wide range of resources, made discussions, attended online events, took part to quizzes, and at the end were asked to think about ways to restore Earth.
The majority of the students created posters by using postermywall, and there was a student that designed her poster by using canva app.
The Institute of Preventive Medicine, Environmental and Occupational Health (Prolepsis Institute) specializes in conducting original research in the wider field of Public Health and in areas such as epidemiology, environmental health, occupational medicine, preventive medicine, nutrition and others. Prolepsis’ main objectives is to organise and implement research and educational projects.
Designing an informative mobile app.
Health inequalities exist within and between countries.
Do you want to know:
What are health inequalities? How do different countries experience and address them? What policies and practices affect health equity? What does research tell us? The health inequalities portal can help answer these questions.

This is the information hub on health inequalities in Europe. It explains what health equity is and how it affects different countries. It provides information about:
Health inequalities research
International, national, regional policy
Public health and other practices and projects
EU initiatives
There you can also find out how health inequalities affect different countries and populations. There is also presented an interactive map. This interactive map provides a quick overview of health and the extent of health inequalities in each European country and how that country compares to other European countries. You just click on a country to learn more.

This app was designed by using the information adapted by this portal ( It's a mobile app and presents data from Greece related to health inequities. The data is presented as” text to speech” , in English language.

Student will enrich it so as to include more facts, and maybe all partner countries.
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Using scratch
A "different" adventure game
Looking inside will reveal the answers
A student remixed a game entitled “Save the princess” to scratch and created a text adventure game entitled “Tackle health inequities”... 

Players have to think so as to solve the problem, type their answers choosing only 1 answer to each question. If they type anything that the choice doesn't give it will stop.