UNESCO Chair Global Health and Education Health Education, Prevention, Health Promotion, Children and Young People

Respondents’ profile

Here is the respondents’ profile for the combined survey data in Arabic, English, French and Spanish (n=332).

  • About one third of respondents are school teachers (see figure 2).
  • The other professional backgrounds are more diverse;
    • we can see a greater proportion of doctors, university teachers and researchers among  the English-language survey respondents.
  • The majority of respondents are working in an urban area (60%).
  • Regarding area affluence, half of respondents engage with all types – highly privileged to underprivileged students (49%) – and a third of respondents work in a privileged setting.
  • Respondents work across the student age range, engaging with groups from 0 to 19 years old (see table 1).
  • Almost half of the respondents work specifically in a school, mostly in the public sector (no fees, 74%), and without specialization (86%) nor students staying overnight (85%).
Figure 2 Professional background of respondents
Table 1 Distribution of the age groups covered by the respondents at work

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