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close this bookHealth Education Syllabus for Secondary Schools (UNICEF, 46 p.)
close this folderSENIOR FOUR
View the documentSECTION B - PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
View the documentSECTION D - WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION
View the documentSECTION G - MATERIALS AND CHILD HEALTH
View the documentSECTION I - COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
View the documentSECTION J - NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
View the documentSECTION K - MENTAL HEALTH
View the documentSECTION O - ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLISM
View the documentSECTION Q
View the documentSECTION S - BODY SYSTEMS

SECTION D - WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION

1.4

Urbanization and environmental sanitation.

Concept of.



Types and functions of urban settlements with special emphasis on industries, slums, Central Business District (CBD). High, medium and low density residential areas including the flats, and other housing estates.






House spacing, alignment and their effects on drainage.






Methods of disposal of refuse and waste (domestic and industrial) in urban areas and their effects on the environment.

SECTION E - FOOD AND NUTRITION

10.0

Food Additives

Concept of.



Need for food additives.



Advantages and disadvantages of.






Special foods for the following groups:




1.0

Food for special groups.

Pregnant women, nursing mothers, infants weaning, children and elderly or aged people. The sick and invalids, athletes, manual workers etc.




12.0

Planning of meals.

The process of planning meals. Diet composition. Balanced diets. Meal frequency, Food groups. Social aspects of food to include table manners. Refined foods.