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  • Lille 2 University
    Romon PPP Committee chairman Professor in Nutrition Faculty of Medical Sciences Lille Hospital practitioner Head of the Nutrition Departement University Hospital of Lille OSEAN Network Coordinator Adulthood and Childhood Obesity in Nord Pas de Calais Region AFERO and SFN member EPODE Experts Committee member More information Dr Thomas Alam CERAPS Lille Center for Politics and Administration Lille 2 University More information Prev Next EEN Partners EEN coordinating team assisted by

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  • Zaragoza University
    local project management More information Prof Luis A Moreno Aznar MSM Committee chairman Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud University of Zaragora More information under construction German Vicente Rodriguez PhD GENUD Growth Exercise NUtrition and Development Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences University of Zaragoza More information under construction Luis A Gracia Marco GENUD Grow Exercise NUtrition and Development Research Group University of Zaragoza More information under construction EEN

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  • Ferrero's Statement
    educate consumers without the support of National Authorities it still has a role to play namely by supporting public education programmes endorsed by relevant Institutions and Governments EPODE Ensemble prevenons l obesité des enfants initially launched in some selected French villages provides precisely this kind of opportunity as it is supported by both public and private entities with different fields of action The programme itself is run by Public Authorities while private partners do not interfere with the planning and execution For the above reasons in the framework of the European Platform on Diet Physical activity and Health Ferrero committed to supporting the EPODE Programme as well as the European Epode Network EEN The European Platform on Diet Physical Activity and Health has in particular highlighted the necessity of working in a multi partnership way involving all sectors of society in the public as well as private domains Thus the EPODE European Network was launched with the support of DG SANCO of the European Commission The objective of the EEN is to extend these projects and to provide a more formal structure for sharing best practices so as to allow for a wider application of the EPODE Programme FERRERO s commitment to support EPODE includes the following contributing to the funding of the activities of EPODE in France from 2006 to 2011 as well as in the two additional countries where the Programme was subsequently launched Belgium VIASANO from 2007 Spain THAO from 2008 and Greece PAIDEITROFI from 2009 contributing to the funding of the EEN from June 2007 to December 2010 This financial support contributes to the following activities Production and dissemination of concrete guidelines and best practices within a think and do tank coordinated by the EEN Raise of specific political institutional and scientific awareness of the relevance

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  • Mars' Statement
    for the prevention of childhood obesity in the course of Mars health nutrition discussions Why is Mars supporting the EPODE European Network EEN For Mars being present in all European markets it appeared obvious that it would be relevant to contribute to the implementation of such efficient Community based Intervention programs all across Europe At Mars we are convinced that only a holistic approach with the maximum of actors can reverse the current obesity trend on a long term basis Obesity is a multi factorial disease therefore the Epode approach combining educational programs practical lessons cooking markets visits manufacturing or agricultural food production visits promotion of physical activity city involvement and main determinants of life habits construction is really the most appropriate strategy to achieve positive results on a long term basis The private public partnership is the most efficient way to tackle such a public health issue This is why Mars showed a strong interest in contributing to set up the EPODE EUROPEAN NETWORK and associating its name to this network This support is fully in line with Mars social responsability Since the 1960s Mars has been a pioneer promoting a healthy lifestyle across Europe Today we have a nutrition health strategy with seven pillars renovate our portfolio reduce portion sizes innovate inform the consumer practice a responsible marketing promote a varied and balanced diet and an active way of life support research and effective programs for a better health of our consumers this is perfectly coherent with Epode methodology As a member of CIAA Mars is active at the EU Platform on Diet Physical activity and Health that has also highlighted the necessity of working in a multi partnership way involving all sectors of society both in the public and private domains Mars is proud to bring both

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  • Nestlé's Statement
    nutrition and physical activity to their health through the course of their lives HEALTHY KIDS programs are designed in collaboration with national health authorities child nutrition experts or educational authorities There are now 56 programmes operating globally and Nestlé intends to develop partnerships aimed at implementing HEALTHY KIDS in all countries where we have operations by the end of 2011 One of Nestlé s most important commitments within the Nestlé HEALTHY KIDS programme is therefore our support of EPODE Already in 1992 Nestlé France as the first company started to develop a long term partnership with 2 major community programmes FLEURBAIX LAVENTIE VILLES SANTE and later with EPODE in 2004 Nestlé is now also supporting the roll out of EPODE in other European countries Multi Stakeholder Programme By providing some evidence that multi stakeholders programmes involving the entire community can lead to a significant decrease or stabilization of the prevalence of children obesity EPODE distinguishes itself from other projects Nestlé find the concept very interesting and it is now a challenge to get a wider acceptance of the methodology in additional communities throughout Europe and to further develop monitoring tools for the evaluation of the projects This is why Nestlé in 2007 decided to expand our EPODE commitments and to sponsor the European EPODE Network EEN with the aim to scale up EPODE and accelerate such initiatives by developing guidelines and disseminating good practices including Public Private Partnerships Partnership means not only economic support but also being involved in the thinking process Nestlé decided to support projects like EPODE EEN because we also believe we can make a difference by bringing our knowledge experience and science to the table Encouraging good nutrition and healthy lifestyle makes good business sense and at the same time we can help kids to a

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  • Orangina-Schweppes’ statement
    use of natural ingredients such as fruits We aim at offering a wide and diversified range of refreshing drinks which answers the growing demand for naturality and encourages consumers to maintain hydration To do so we propose them an increasing number of flavours that enhance the fruit taste We reduce the added sugar content of our soft drinks We reduce the added sugar content of our recipes both in our existing soft drinks and in our innovations We develop our light soft drinks portfolio Our development model is based on recipes for high quality products local anchorage and differentiated cultures and above all on consumer s health and well being Orangina Schweppes a committed group The fruit at the very heart of our development we want to develop the consumers liking for fruit and products containing fruit or fruit juice We participate in the research about the connection between the fruit taste and the fruit consumption Well informed consumers It is key for consumers to have optimal nutritional information so that they can better control their overall diet Thus we add nutritional information on all our products through boards of nutritional values and Guideline for Daily Amounts indication A supervised marketing policy we have designed a specific Code of conduct for advertising ban of advertising to under 12s Products nutritional optimization we progressively reduce the added sugar content of our soft drinks Our drinks contain very few and as natural as possible additives They are limited to the bare minimum The promotion of a healthy lifestyle Our marketing policy is adapted both to our development model and our corporate mindset Why have we decided to join the EPODE programme EPODE and Orangina Schweppes share together common values a balanced diet with no product stigmatization in accordance with the biologic rhythm

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  • Scientific Partner
    the project and is represented by the Committee working on the Scientific Evaluation and Dissemination of EPODE similar community based interventions EEN Partners EEN coordinating team assisted by Institutional support Associated universities Founder Partners and since 2009 Scientific partner SEARCH English Español French English Español French CONTACTS Legals RSS LINKS Conception TINA Réalisation Stonepower map Home Background Tackling obesity and Non Communicable Diseases EPODE Background From EPODE to EEN Objectives

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  • Presentación de los Comités
    y divulgación de las líneas directrices referentes al interés y el marco posible de Partenariados Público Privado PPP en el campo de las CBIs de prevención de la obesidad incluyendo los aspectos éticos legales y económicos Cada equipo universitario aplica el plan de trabajo aprobado a lo largo del año en colaboración con el equipo de coordinación de la EEN El equipo universitario está constituido como mínimo de un experto científico y un científico post doctorado Cada plan de trabajo está estructurado alrededor de las siguientes actividades clave Reunir a los equipos de los diferentes programas directamente concernidos con EPODE en todo el mundo EPODE THAO VIASANO PAIDEIATROFI Listar y evaluar las acciones realizadas y o planificadas en el campo en Europa y en todo el mundo en cooperación con las redes existentes y enfoques institucionales IOTF OMS Comisión Europea etc Efectuar estudios cualitativos para conceptualizar las claves para el éxito y barreras de la metodología EPODE Identificar a los países o instituciones que manifiesten una motivación hacia la implementación de programas CBI utilizando la metodología EPODE Facilitar el intercambio de experiencia entre estos equipos Publicar y divulgar los hallazgos a fin de desarrollar la conciencia de los representantes políticos e institucionales expertos partes interesadas privadas etc Además Cómo funciona Para cada uno de los cuatro pilares o paquetes de trabajo participación política la evaluación científica métodos y Marketing Social y Colaboración público privada los trabajos en curso se examinarán en su comisión correspondiente una o dos veces al año El equipo de la universidad es responsable de la elaboración de documentos de antecedentes documentos de posición y otros relacionados las actividades preparatorias de investigación basado en revisiones bibliográficas entrevistas etc y está en contacto regular con el equipo coordinador EEN para compartir información garantizar la coherencia con las actividades

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