The Wellcome Education team
In partnership with:
Throughout the project, young people, working in Youth Advisory Boards and Youth Working Groups at each site, conducted youth-led research into knowledge and awareness of AMR amongst other young people, identified age-appropriate messages, and contributed to designing a progressive learning framework.
The framework is a valuable resource for educators, youth leaders, and health researchers to support the design of appropriate AMR activities for children and young people.
After setting up the Youth Working Groups at each site, they led and conducted the following activities:
Watch the films here.
Comics posted on social media using young language (slangs)
The learning framework was developed as a resource for educators, health and research professionals to enable them to develop young peoples’ understanding of:
The framework identifies key learning outcomes appropriate to different age groups that are applicable across a diverse range of settings and learning environments. It can be used as a tool for structuring curricula and learning activities. It is aimed at teachers, educators, research scientists, and informal learning providers.
To disseminate our YAAR! project outputs, the team gathered and shared our study profile, including the materials, including young people’s content, learning framework, and successful youth working group model. We hope that with the diversified audience of The Global Health Network and AMR Hub, our case study will help to set an example of how powerful young people can become when they are equipped with knowledge, skills, passion, and trust.