H4H is proud to support:
The collaboration to encourage everyone to drink more water was formed between the Partnership for a Healthier America – which works with the private sector and PHA Honorary Chair First Lady Michelle Obama to make the healthy choice the easy choice for busy parents and families – and stakeholders across the public and private sectors qho are dedicated to encouraging people to drink more water more often.
National Obesity Forum
The National Obesity Forum (2002) is an independent British professional organization which campaigns for a more interventional approach to obesity. Its report "The State of the Nation's Waistline" was released at the launch of the National Obesity Awareness Week in January 2014, initiating a discussion on how obesity and weight management can be addressed at national, business, societal and individual levels. The report provides an overview of the situation in the UK, identifies the main initiatives and policy that exist, and assesses their effectiveness in tackling obesity and weight management issues, not only in terms of individual and collective health, but also in terms of financial cost and societal impact.
EPHE is a European project designed to evaluate how Community-Based Programmes (CBPs) can reduce health inequalities linked to diet and physical activity. This 3 year project will conduct a pilot-life testing in 7 communities around Europe implementing the EPODE methodology with CBPs (Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Greece, Portugal, Romania, The Netherlands). They will implement 2 years whole of population interventions enhancing thedeprived population around 4 themes: improve diet variety and fruits and vegetables consumption, sleep duration and water consumption and decrease sedentary lifestyle. The evaluation will be conducted on each of these 4 themes and a quartile analysis of income will be done to compare results from the highest and lowest quartiles within and in-between communities.
European Association for the Study of Obesity
Established in 1986, EASO aims to promote research into obesity, facilitate contact between individuals and organisations, and promote action that tackles the epidemic of obesity.
International Society of Nephrology
Since its foundation in 1960, the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) has pursued the worldwide advancement of education, science and patient care in nephrology (the medical sub-specialty dealing with the Kidneys).