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  • JOGG News
    fruit policy successfully Private partners assist in this process Rotterdam carried out a research on how to seduce Turkish and Maroccon mothers to involve all population to live a healthy lifestyle Based on qualitative research they developed the message You are a good and strong mum when you give your children at least twice a day water All activities are being carried out based on this message and based on the principle make it fun easy and popular Examples of activities are Kick Off Giving away free waterjugs to mums at schools Workshops pimp your own waterjug for mums at schools Workshops pimp my bottle for children at schools Introducing drinking water after the lessons in physical activity at school with the help of the physical activity teachers children are supported to drink water after the class This new policy was introduced to the children by a story around Aquaman a hero that becomes very strong by drinking water and working out Using ambassadors to make water consumption cool by showing pictures of popular football players and popstars in the classrooms at schools Pillar 4 Scientific coaching and evaluation The first 6 JOGG towns together with specialists from cooperation scientific institutes are working on making a standardized evaluation model in which they will point out clear goals on outcome of activities in JOGG towns and process goals on implementing the JOGG method From 2012 all JOGG towns will be using this evaluation model so that results can be nationally compared Pillar 5 Linking prevention and healthcare Similar to pillar 4 the first JOGG towns also come together with specialists on designing a standard model on how to improve the link between prevention and healthcare around overweight and obesity In 2012 this model will be available for all JOGG towns Zwolle is one of the leading towns with useful experiences and best practices on this pillar JOGG in the press JOGG Launch event in the Province of Drenthe JOGG was officially launched in the Province on Drenthe on February 1 st in the very unique and special presence of the Princess Maxima of the Netherlands On this occasion The Covenant on Healthy Weight the Drenthe local Health Services and the Association of Municipalities of the Province have agreed that all 12 municipalities of Drenthe will be joining the JOGG programme This will certainly help the province to reach its health goal within 2028 Currently three towns have joined Figure 3 Princess Maxima and the Convenant team at the JOGG launch event in the Province of Drenthe To see the video of Princess Maxima participation to the JOGG Launch in Drenthe click here Cooperation of National Private Partners The national private partners of JOGG Albert Heijn Albron FrieslandCampina Nutricia Unilever and Zilveren Kruis Achmea help out with our own strategic plan and financial planning with financial support with increasing the attention to JOGG in the country by promoting JOGG in newsletters in their CSR reports and by spreading the word within their

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  • JOGG Focus
    collectively committed to fight against the rising trend of overweight and obesity The main goals of the covenant are to increase awareness of health risks related to overweight and obesity and to achieve an arrest in the evolution of overweight and obesity in children and adults The Covenant on Healthy Weight exists of four sub covenants that cover different areas of action work school consumer and leisure and JOGG Youth On Healthy Weight Overall objectives are set and the procedural and organizational arrangements are made Each of the 27 parties have made working arrangements for particular areas and their agreement will run from 2010 to 2015 JOGG is supported by both public and private parties such as the Ministry of Health Scientific Organizations health promoting institutions and companies The national corporate partners are Albert Heijn Albron FrieslandCampina Nutricia Unilever and Zilveren Kruis Achmea The Covenant annually organizes a national conference to gather all their stakeholders in order to share experiences and knowledge and to have an overview on all the initiatives implemented by the Covenant in the country including JOGG This year the Covenant on Healthy Weight annual conference will be held on Monday January 30 2012 in Madurodam The Hague and will focus on Public Private Partnerships The Dutch government sees public private partnerships as a promising way to promote healthy appealing and accessible choices The national health policy document Health Close mentions the Covenant on Healthy Weight as an example of how to join forces to reach healthy weight goals in the Netherlands MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONFERENCE CLICK HERE RECORDS SELECT MONTH DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV NEWS DATE ARCHIV

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  • News archives
    the transferability and adaptability of the EPODE methodology More VIASANO Campaigns on the Field For each new campaign the VIASANO Central Coordination team develops communication and action tools with the guidance of its independant scientific committee These toolkits provided to each local project manager help to generate dynamics and raise awareness among the population Each town is encouraged to use these toolkits according to their needs and to set up local actions In this section let s have a closer look at concrete actions on the field More Speakers Presentations EEN Symposium 7 April 2011 Brussels Access to all the presentations given during the 2nd EEN Symposium held on 7 April 2011 in Brussels More Raising interest in deploying EPODE similar programmes across Europe We are now in the final year of the EPODE European Network project EEN This moment is the best time for a first review This editorial summarized briefly the achievments of this project connecting research and practice to federate give value and enrich existing local actions and programmes aimed at preventing childhood obesity in a sustainable way through the EPODE methodology More Contribution of social marketing strategies to community based obesity prevention programmes in children An interview of Prof Luis Moreno from the University of Zaragoza and leader of the EEN Committee on Methods and Social Marketing Techniques highlights some key aspects of this topic in the framework of childhood obesity prevention Community Intervention Programmes More Changing Behaviour in the context of EPODE like programmes Prof Jan Vinck member of the VIASANO expert committee from the University of Hasselt describes here some psychological approaches that are used in CBIs aimed at promoting long term healthier habits in the population The focus is on the importance of changing the local living environment through a multistakeholder approach in order to reach a sustainable change in individual behaviours More EPODE in Europe and Worldwide News January 2011 In this section get more information about EPODE communication activities in Europe and dedicated news from VIASANO in Belgium THAO in Spain PAIDEIATROFI in Greece EPODE in France and EPODE news outside Europe More Encouraging results in French EPODE Pilot towns The highlight of the recent Congress of French EPODE Towns held in Vitré on 27 28 May 2010 in the presence of Mme Roselyne Bachelot Minister for Health and Sport pictured left with Dr JM Borys was the presentation of encouraging results for the prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity More Report of last EEN Symposium 3 December 09 Brussels Summary of the last EPODE European Network symposium held in Brussels on 3 December 2009 More EEN Key activities September 2010 Research in progress from the Free University of Amsterdam on the Scientific Evaluation and Dissemaination of EPODE for the EPODE European Network Dr Marje van KOPEREN More EPODE in Europe and worldwide NEWS September 2010 In this section get more information about EPODE communication activities in Europe and latest news from EPODE in France VIASANO in Belgium THAO in Spain

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  • Epode European Network
    on Healthy Weight is a unique collaboration of a total of 27 actors from national and local governments industry and civil society organizations which are collectively committed to fight against the rising trend of overweight and obesity The main goals of the covenant are increasing awareness of health risks related to overweight and obesity and achieving an arrest in the evolution of overweight and obesity in children and adults More SELECT ARCHIVES NEWSLETTER Preventing childhood obesity Epode European Network The EPODE European Network aims at Raising political awareness about the interest of the EPODE methodology Sharing experiences across Europe from operational EPODE programmes in France Spain Belgium Greece and other community based initiatives Facilitating the development of community based interventions using the EPODE methodology in other European countries European Alliance for EPODE Raising Political Awareness This alliance aims at gathering political and institutional support at European level to further raise awareness about the interest of EPODE like approaches EPODE in Europe Involving over 5 million inhabitants The EPODE initiative currently extends to 331 European cities and towns 226 in France EPODE 84 in Spain THAO 7 in Belgium VIASANO 14 in Greece PAIDEIATROFI Epode Worldwide SEARCH English Español French English

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  • European Alliance for EPODE
    and local political representatives to become involved and willing to develop and implement EPODE like programmes tackling childhood obesity at a local level EPODE now extends to 226 French cities 38 cities in Spain and 16 cities in Belgium Success to date is measured by a large field study in the pilot cities and by the encouraging evolution of the BMI of children From this development perspective EPODE is also currently implemented in Greece in 13 cities To accelerate and facilitate the deployment of EPODE the EPODE European Coordination Unit organized in collaboration with the European Commission DG Health and Consumers the First European EPODE Mayors Club congress It took place on 27 June 2008 in Brussels Welcoming nearly 100 participants from 12 EU Member States it discussed and looked at new ways of curbing obesity through the EPODE methodology see figure 1 below Figure 1 The EPODE Mayors club was extended to the European scope and was called the European Alliance for EPODE in order to gather as much as possible European political and Institutional support to further raise awareness about the interest of EPODE like approaches Today The European Alliance for EPODE is chaired by Mr Philippe MOST

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  • EPODE in Europe
    extends to more than 1 5 million inhabitants in 226 towns VIASANO in Belgium The VIASANO programme was set up in 2006 and launched in 2 pilot towns and now extends to 7 towns across the French and German speaking communities THAO in Spain The THAO Salud Infantil programme was set up in 2006 and launched in 5 pilot towns and now extends to more than 80 towns including most

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  • A CBI Approach that can be used anywhere
    OPAL by EPODE in South Australia The State Government s announced details of a push to improve the health of young South Australians helping mums dads and families to eat well move more and live longer The new five year 22 3m Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle OPAL programme is aimed at tackling chronic disease in the community by starting at the beginning with children OPAL is based on the EPODE

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  • Contacts
    member of scientific associations including the American Diabetes Association theAmerican Heart Association and the European Association for Study of Diabetes He has published several books and publications in the field of obesity prevention including Preventing childhood obesity EEN recommendations Lavoisier 2011 Pierre Richard is Associate Director of Proteines Group Specialized in Marketing and Communication he has been working for the last 20 years within major food companies and communication Agencies Pierre Richard has been particularly in charge of the strategic development of the EEN media relations and public private partnerships PPPs Pauline Harper Advisory Director holds Canadian French Literature Business and Law Degrees and has over 13 years experience in Consumer and Health Communications Shejoined Protéines to help lead manage and strategically develop EPODE the EEN and the EPODE International Network She is also responsible for the PPPs on regional and global levels Yann Le Bodo EEN Coordinator holds a Master s degrees in Food Innovation 2005 and in Social Sciences applied to Diet and Health 2006 He previously specialized in the social determinants of obesity Research Institute on Population Health Ottawa He previously worked as a project manager in health education at community level before joining Proteines in 2007 to help coordinate the EEN and the work of its 4 committees Yann is also involved in the Coordination of EPODE programmes at international level Lea Walter EEN Assistant Coordinator holds a Master s Degree in Clinical Psychology in Rome Lea Walter specialized in the study of psychophysiology applied to group training Herformer work experience was in the field of Drug addiction in the city hospital of Buenos Aires She joined the EEN Coordination team in 2010 where she brings particular skills in the development of intervention strategies targeting vulnerable populations Address 11 rue Galvani 75017 Paris France Telephone 33

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