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All Board Games
Learn about Caritas programs through playing seven different board games. Have fun!
Case Studies Salma, Bangladesh
A story about the Safe Motherhood Program featuring Salma from Bangladesh with accompanying activities.
Case Study - Australia
A story about Evangline, an arts worker with Djilpin Arts Aboriginal Corporation. Activities included.
Catechist Resources - Primary
Education Board Game
A board game that focuses on the issue of poverty.
Fish Farming Game
Case Study with accompanying board game.
Introduction to Caritas Australia - General
Learn about Caritas Australia, the international aid and development agency of the Catholic Church in Australia.
Poverty - Secondary
An introduction to the issue of global poverty.
Poverty Quiz - General / Secondary
A global poverty quiz for secondary students /adults.
Prayers of the Faithful
A range of Prayers of the Faithful that align with various social justice days throughout the year.
Root Causes of Poverty - Secondary
Dig deeper into the root causes of poverty.
A set of 17 posters representing the Sustainable Development Goals.
Sports for Justice - All to Play for Handball - Primary & Secondary
Play a game of handball with modified rules and a homemade ball.
Strengths Based Approach to Development
A PowerPoint explaining Caritas Australia's strengths based approach to community development.
Sustainable Development Goals Manifesto Reflection
The SDG manifesto with matching images to help you reflect on the SDGs.
Video - Janaki (Nepal)
Janaki is now running her own successful sewing business, training others and has become a role model in her community.
Video - Sakun (India)
Sakun has set up kiosk to earn an income and is now involved in village decision-making.
Video - Salma (Bangladesh)
A story about the Safe Motherhood Program featuring Salma from Bangladesh. 2 mins
Video - Shirley (Philippines)
Caritas Australia supported Shirley to train as an indigenous health worker in the Philippines.
Approx. 5 mins
Video - Tawonga (Malawi)
Tawonga and her family now have enough food to eat and she is able to attend school.
2 min video