The central california regional obesity prevention program: changing nutrition and physical activity environments in california’s heartland.

Auteur(s) :
Samuels SE., Schwarte L., Capitman J.
Date :
Nov, 2010
Source(s) :
Am J Public Health.. #100:11 p2124-8
Adresse :
Samuels & Associates, Oakland, CA 94612, USA.

Sommaire de l'article

The goals of the Central California Regional Obesity Prevention Program (CCROPP) are to promote safe places for physical activity, increase access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and support community and youth engagement in local and regional efforts to change nutrition and physical activity environments for obesity prevention. CCROPP has created a community-driven policy and environmental change model for obesity prevention with local and regional elements in low-income, disadvantaged ethnic and rural communities in a climate of poor resources and inadequate infrastructure. Evaluation data collected from 2005-2009 demonstrate that CCROPP has made progress in changing nutrition and physical activity environments by mobilizing community members, engaging and influencing policymakers, and forming organizational partnerships.

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