Tuesday, 23 September 2008

Development and Health

Since Higher are just about ready to start the Development and Health section, here is an old film about public health issues.

and another here about the start of the NHS. This short animation on the National Health Service Scheme stars Charley. It was to show the public how the main services would affect an ordinary family, including Charley's wife - even if he did consider her 'as strong as a blooming horse!' Census returns are essential for effective policy, planning and decision-making purposes at both national and local level. Not only do the results enable the Government to track developments over a long time with considerable accuracy, but they are essential for setting up the provision of health care, education and employment.
The first census in the United Kingdom was taken in 1801, and since then a census has been taken every 10 years apart from 1941.

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