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JANPA Project - How to Prevent Childhood Obesity?


The task force of 18 institutions in 14 countries, within the framework of the "JANPA" project, is to find good practices aimed at preventing childhood obesity in the healthier environment of the school and school environment.

Too many children are taken away from unhealthy meals


Experts from European countries are discussing options for the treatment of childhood mortality at the National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition and Health. International Working Group on Nutrition and Physical Activity Joint Project led by OGYЙI is on January 29, 2016 defining good practices aimed at preventing obesity and collecting relevant good practices across Member States. In addition, elaboration of protocols and analysis of all these sectors, based on the recommendation of the representatives of each affected sector, and the creation of a tool for program design and decision making. Experts from Greek, German, Polish, Romanian Universities and NGOs come for the one-day workshop.

What's the matter, what do the numbers show?

In all EU Member States, the problem is very important, which is why the level of childhood and adolescent obesity is a cause for particular concern. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2010, one in three children aged 6 to 9 in the EU was either overweight or overweight, with significant increases in national and regional initiators.
Lack of exercise and malnutrition as early as childbirth (and even in the womb) are important determinants of the onset of obesity and obesity. Overexposure and deprivation are independent risk factors for many Europeans. chronic non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes, certain cancers and locomotor disorders.
With obesity and overly significant economic burdens, the EU spends 7% of its health expenditure each year on treating illnesses that are related to obesity, but which are more immediate.
According to the latest World Health Organization (WHO) report, published early in the week, the number of overweight or deprived infants grew from 31 billion to 41 billion in the fall, and the lowest in the fall and autumn. The significance of the Committee for the Elimination of Childhood Obstacles, called Alive in 2014, highlights the fact that overweight and obesity can have an impact on the quality of life of a child, as many have to do with it.
Being obliterated can have an impact on the level of education, and the ability of affected children to remain oblivious to adulthood also poses a serious health and economic risk to them - the cheat.

What about the JANPA project?

The JANPA project, launched in September 2015 with the participation of 25 European Union Member States, promotes the implementation of the "EU Action Plan on Childhood Exclusion 2014-2020". The European Unique Project will end in November 2017. Detailed information about the project can be found at www.janpa.eu. JANPA provides a unique opportunity for good analysis and selection of good practices related to preventing childhood illness and obesity.
Prevention of overweight and obesity requires a multisectoral, integrated approach.
Education and personal responsibility are important but not inadequate, especially in terms of reducing social inequalities and nutrition-related illnesses - he calls attention. dr. Martha Йva. Life-long approach is also important - it is important, as healthy eating should be supported during pregnancy and during breastfeeding. In the case of children and adolescents, a healthy lifestyle is particularly important as it determines their adulthood.
It is important to improve the nutritional value and physical environment of foods consumed by the general public, and efforts should be made to obtain the widest possible range of foods that can be consumed. The goal is to create an environment that makes it easy to choose a healthy lifestyle. The professionals working on the project are primarily focused on educating decision-makers, health professionals, and educators who work to promote healthy eating and physical activity in children. But the project "kills parents and families alike," and JANPA would like to open up to other target groups: regional and local authorities, educational institutions, universities, nonprofit organizations, nonprofits, industry-focused businesses and the media will be the focus of the future.
The way to set goals is divided into JANPA 7 work packages: 1. Coordination - France
2. Dissemination - Italy
3. Translation - Greece
4. Evidence-Based Economic Approach to Childhood Dementia - Russia
5. Nutrition labeling on foodstuffs - France
6. Healthy environment in schools and schools with integrated approach - Hungary - OGYЙI leadership
7. Early Intervention - Finland
Duration of the project: 27 hours, 09.09.2015, 01.01.2017.
Project partner countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Czech Republic, Sweden, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Croatia, Netherlands, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Luxembourg Slovakia, Slovenia and the WHO European Region and JRC / EU as partners.