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Mum's magic hands

diaporama powerpoint Oct 2018 ; 43 pages
Ed. OXFAM UK - Oxford
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Mothers the world over have ‘magic hands’. Hands that put their children to sleep, that clean them, that help them learn to walk, that comfort their little ones by gently stroking when they are in pain. In fact, a mother’s hands do not differ from place to place or country to country, they all shape the lives of their children in very similar ways.
Hands are perfect metaphors that embody the lives of mothers everywhere and their heroic efforts to nurture their children against all odds. Hands, on the other hand, are the central protagonists of handwashing with soap (HWWS). The rational arguments ̶ of killing the germs on the hands to prevent illness, cleanliness of hands, etc. ̶ are based on the way mothers use their hands in daily life, particularly in an emergency context.
The following story looks at the lives of 4 children: Meena from South Asia, Miriam from the Middle East, Mimi from Africa and Maria from Latin America. It shows how their mothers’ magic hands care for and nurture them during difficult times, and the universality of mothers everywhere wanting the best for their children. Meena is the main character in the story.

Mots clefs:

enfant (CI) (DT) (OP) , hygiène (CI) (DT) (OP) , lavage des mains, savon (CI) (DT) (OP)


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