The Think Healthy Program, through its fairy tales of music, attempts to lead the little ones to a healthy lifestyle.Boehringer Ingelheim and Ashoka, a nonprofit pharmaceutical company in Budapest, presented their newest social enterprise, Martin Bacska and its innovative social program. The two organizations' Collaborative "Making More Health" program seeks to identify and support talented individuals who provide innovative, systemic solutions to a given problem. Egйszsйgesen! " program introduces children and their families to holistic and child-centered health education in a whole new way. A unique and inclusive prevention program for children, their parents, and educators educates children and helps them take control of themselves in a timely manner. It provides useful tools and tips for educators and parents, and also for children, music, dance, crafts, and children. His work also promotes close cooperation between the kindergarten and the parents.
Bring the ovis to health!
The overbearing Mátra Báccskai could only lose weight with conscious attention and consistency. She was 13 years old when she decided to use her own experience to deal with childhood health issues, to prevent children from becoming obese and from developing illnesses due to their unhealthy lifestyles. In the past week, the "Think Healthy!" 1350 Hungarian and 250 Transylvanian kindergartens participated in the program. Thanks to the support of Boehringer Ingelheim, you will be able to further develop your health program in Hungary in the future and possibly introduce it in other European countries as well.
Boehringer Ingelheim and Ashoka 2010 have been working together internationally for the "Making More Health" program. This long-term initiative aims to find new and better solutions to health and health issues. The Initiative currently supports 40 Ashoka members and 120 programs worldwide. Within this program, the Hungarian organization of the Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Company in Hungary will work with Márton Báccskai, providing support for an innovative pediatric health prevention program.
"Szolgбl Цrцmьnkre to egyьttmыkцdhetьnk Bбcskai Mбrtбval the Making More Health Program elsх magyarorszбgi tagjбval material tбmogatбsбn Boehringer Ingelheim tъl munkatбrsaink aktнvan it will take rйszt Mбrta egйszsйgьgyi prevenciуs programjбnak terjesztйsйben that minйl elйrhetхvй tцbb szбmбra vбljon people." - said dr. Gábor Zalai is director of Boehringer Ingelheim's Hungarian company.