Africa Fire Mission is PleaseD to offer FiRe SAFETY Curriculum Integrated with COMMUNITY Health EDUCATION(CHE) and focused on The Needs of community members in Africa.  Please use and share this curriculum in YouR communities

+ What Is CHE?

Community Health Education (CHE) is a faith-centered educational program that is being used by thousands of organizations across the globe. CHE equips communities to identify needs and mobilize resources to achieve positive, sustainable transformation. For More information on CHE: www.chenetwork.org

+ Fire Prevention Curriculum (CHE)Flip Book

Fire Prevention Curriculum - A4 version (designed to be a flip chart (color side is the participant side, grayscale is the trainer side)

Fire Prevention Curriculum - 8.5 x11 (designed to be a flip chart (color side is the participant side, grayscale is the trainer side)

Fire Prevention Curriculum - 11x17 (designed to be a flip chart (color side is the participant side, grayscale is the trainer side)

+ Fire Safety Curriculum (General)Flip Book

Fire Safety Curriculum - 8.5 x11 (designed to be a flip chart (color side is the participant side, grayscale is the trainer side)

+ Fire Safety CHE Lessons

CHE Lesson 1: Preventing Fires in our Homes

CHE Lesson 2: Safe Use of Candles and Lamps

CHE Lesson 3: Preventing Cooking Fires

CHE Lesson 4: Preventing Burns from Fires - Stop Drop and Roll

CHE Lesson 5: Preventing Electrical Fires

CHE Lesson 6: Preventing and Responding to Bush Fires

+ Fire Safety CHE Lessons - Swahili Translation

CHE Lesson 1: Kuzuia na Kujibu Kwa Moto Katika Nyumba Zetu - Preventing Fires in our Homes

CHE Lesson 2: Matumizi salama ya Mishumaa na Taa (Safe Use of Candles and Lamps)

CHE Lesson 3: Kuzuia Moto wa kupikia (Preventing Cooking Fires)

CHE Lesson 4: Kuzuia Kuchomeka kutoka Moto: Simama Anguka na Zunguka (Preventing Burns from Fires - Stop Drop and Roll)

CHE Lesson 5: Kuzuia Moto Wa Umeme (Preventing Electrical Fires)

CHE Lesson 6: Kuzuia na Kukabiliana na Moto ya Kichaka (Preventing and Responding to Bush Fires)

+ Fire Safety General Lessons

Lesson 1: Preventing Fires in our Homes

Lesson 2: Safe Use of Candles and Lamps

Lesson 3: Preventing Cooking Fires

Lesson 4: Preventing Burns from Fires - Stop Drop and Roll

Lesson 5: Preventing Electrical Fires

Lesson 6: Preventing and Responding to Bush Fires

+ Home Fire Safety Checklist

Home Fire Safety Checklist for Informal Settlement Communities

Home Fire Safety Checklist for Rural Communities

+ Fire Safety Handouts & Additional Lessons

Fire Evacuation Drills - preparation/training

Fire Extinguisher Use - training

Emergency Numbers Poster

Emergency Numbers Poster (to edit)

Emergency Numbers Poster, Nairobi, Kenya

+ Children's Fire Safety Activities

Firefighter helmet - children's activity

Fire Safety Coloring Book 5.5 x 8.5

+ Children's Fire Safety School Program (CHE)

This program is designed to teach children and staff at schools how to prevent and respond to dangerous fires - presented with a bibilcal base. Staff and Students will:

• Understand the dangers of fire and safe response when fires occur.

• Be able to prevent dangerous fires from: Candles/lamps; Cooking; Electrical fires

• Be able to respond safely when there is a dangerous fire: Stop Drop and Roll (putting out clothes on fire); Get Low and Get Out; Contacting the Fire Brigade; Sounding the alarm and evacuation (fire safety drills)

Use of fire extinguishers and other available safety equipment

Be encouraged with biblical truth

Have FUN and want to SHARE what they have learned with their community.

Link to: Children's Fire Safety School Program (CHE)

+ Children's Fire Safety School Program (General)

This program is designed to teach children and staff at schools how to prevent and respond to dangerous fires. Staff and Students will:

Understand the dangers of fire and safe response when fires occur.

Be able to prevent dangerous fires from: Candles/lamps; Cooking; Electrical fires

Be able to respond safely when there is a dangerous fire: Stop Drop and Roll (putting out clothes on fire); Get Low and Get Out; Contacting the Fire Brigade; Sounding the alarm and evacuation (fire safety drills)

Use of fire extinguishers and other available safety equipment

Be encouraged with truth

Have FUN and want to SHARE what they have learned with their community.

Link to: Children's Fire Safety General Program

+ Fire Safety VBS - for US based short term mission teams

This is a Children's CHE program (Designed for US based short term mission teams working in Africa). Our curriculum is designed especially for use in schools in a 5 day program. These lessons have been proven to save lives and minister to the physical safety of children and families. You are playing a major role in preventing fires, saving lives and property when you teach these lessons. In communities where these lessons are shared, you may be the first person to introduce some of the materials you are teaching.

Our lessons are designed around the reality that fire is a real threat in African communities and it is an essential tool. When harnessed correctly fire provides heat, light, security and food. Children are exposed to fire on a daily basis and need a practical understanding about the danger of fire as well as how to stay safe around fire.

With a little preparation, anyone can do these lessons. You do not need to be a firefighter or a biblical scholar to teach these lessons. A willing heart to serve children, teachers and staff at a school/center is all that is required.

For the full 5 day program, please contact us

+ Kenya Fire-EMS Symposium & Competition 2018

click here for training materials from our instructors

 

We would love to hear your feedback about our curriculum as well as your recommendations for future CHE fire prevention lessons.