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Eat Smart to Play Hard

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Eat Smart to Play Hard (ESPH) was an obesity prevention campaign designed to increase fruit and vegetable consumption among 8–11-year-olds in both urban and rural school settings.…
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Bostin Value

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Led by NHS Dudley, Bostin Value was a project implemented to improve fruit and vegetable consumption by addressing food access issues in three estates within the borough. Primaril…
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Peru: A Handwashing Behavior Change Journey

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The Handwashing Initiative (HWI) was created in an effort to increase handwashing with soap among mothers and children in Peru. A formative research study was used to confirm the …
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cleanyourhands

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Targeted at healthcare staff in England and Wales, the goal of the cleanyourhands campaign was to improve hand hygiene as a way of combating preventable healthcare associated infe…
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Deliver Life

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Deliver Life was a campaign implemented in Malawi to emphasize the importance of practicing and sustaining good hygiene practices like hand washing with soap, using latrines prope…
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Find Cancer Early

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Cancer Council Western Australia (WA) created the Find Cancer Early campaign in 2011 to increase awareness of the common signs and symptoms of breast, bowl, lung, and prostate can…
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Seattle Neighborhoods In Motion

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Developed by King County Metro (KCM), Seattle Neighborhoods In Motion was designed to work directly with individuals to reduce drive-alone trips being made to a full range of trav…
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Fit Fans

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In 2007, a Health and Lifestyle survey in Hull, UK showed a high prevalence of overweight and obese individuals in the adult population. While weight management services were avai…
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Best Bones Forever!

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In 2009, the Office on Women’s Health (OWH) launched the Best Bones Forever! program, encouraging girls aged 9 to 14 to improve their bone health through eating foods rich in calc…
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Agita São Paulo

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In 1996, the Agita São Paulo program was launched to help combat the effects of low physical activity in the Brazilian state, particularly among lower income residents, by encoura…

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