Date Published: 21 April 2009

School kids meet Suzie Moo

The safefood ‘Suzie Moo’ leaflet and poster advises on hygiene and safety for primary school children when visiting open farms, petting farms or zoos, and if animals visit their schools.

The free ‘Suzie Moo’ leaflet and poster will be distributed to every primary school and open farm on the island of Ireland this month in order to promote good hygiene messages including:

"After visiting the animal area, always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water, rinse in running water and dry thoroughly."


Source: UNICEF Main Website.
See also UNICEF Online Gift Shop

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