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Published on August 4, 2007

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Stratégie mondiale pour l’alimentation saine, l’exercise physique et la santé:  Stratégie mondiale pour l’alimentation saine, l’exercise physique et la santé F.Branca Regional Adviser Nutrition and Food Security Alimentation saine et activité physique: agissons ensemble Luxembourg, 3 mars 2007 The Global Strategy on Diet and Physical Activity :  The Global Strategy on Diet and Physical Activity Resolution of the Fifty-seventh World Health Assembly, 2004 Addressing risk factors, impacting multiple NCDs rather than single diseases Multisectoral action by coordinating efforts of ministries, experts, and researchers in health, nutrition, education, physical activity, urban planning, economics, trade andamp; transport NCD in Europe:  NCD in Europe NCD = THE public health challenge in Europe: 77% diseases burden; 86% mortality in 2002 Widening gaps within and between Member States Worrying trends in risk factors Increasing burden on health systems, economy and society Significant potential for health gain Risk factors for the Disease Burden in Europe:  Risk factors for the Disease Burden in Europe Slide5:  Source: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2006. Prevalence of overweight (BMI ≥25 kg/m2) among adult males, 1980-1989 ≤25% 26-34.9% 35-44.9% 45-54.9% 55-64.9% ≥65% No data Measured Slide6:  Source: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2006. Prevalence of overweight (BMI ≥25 kg/m2) among adult males, 1990-1999 Slide7:  Source: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2006. Prevalence of overweight (BMI ≥25 kg/m2) among adult males, 2000-2006 Slide8:  Source: WHO Global NCD InfoBase, 2005. Prevalence of overweight (BMI ≥25 kg/m2) among adult males, projections for 2010 Slide9:  Source: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2006. Prevalence of overweight (BMI ≥25 kg/m2) among adult females, 1980-1989 Slide10:  Source: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2006. Prevalence of overweight (BMI ≥25 kg/m2) among adult females, 1990-1999 Slide11:  Source: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2006. Prevalence of overweight (BMI ≥25 kg/m2) among adult females, 2000-2006 Slide12:  Source: WHO Global NCD InfoBase, 2005. Prevalence of overweight (BMI ≥25 kg/m2) among adult females, projections for 2010 Trends of overweight (including obesity)among school children in the WHO European Region:  Trends of overweight (including obesity) among school children in the WHO European Region Source: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2006. The Ministerial Conference on Counteracting Obesity:  The Ministerial Conference on Counteracting Obesity 48 Countries 500 Participants 25 Ministers 40 deputy Ministers and state secretaries 17 from other sectors (economy, finance, education, agriculture, food, sport, media, local governments) 25% participants from non health sectors European Commission, Nordic Council of Ministers Council of Europe, FAO, World Bank, UNICEF, ILO European Platform, non governmental organizations, experts Slide15:  Slide16:  Greater responsibility of government and society and involvement of all stakeholders Special focus on children and on lower socioeconomic population groups International coordination in the WHO European Region Guiding principles Action principles:  Action principles Action should be aimed at ensuring an optimal energy balance by stimulating a healthier diet and physical activity through a portfolio of interventions designed to change the social, economic and physical environment. Action should be taken at the overall policy level and in different settings Policy tools range from legislation to public/private partnerships, with particular importance attached to regulatory measures. The 2nd Action Plan for Food and Nutrition Policy (2007-2012):  The 2nd Action Plan for Food and Nutrition Policy (2007-2012) Internationally agreed goals and priority actions integrated action areas on nutrition and food safety, with reference to physical activity 1st Draft presented for consultation with countries, in agenda for RC 57 1 - Supporting a healthy start:  1 - Supporting a healthy start maternal nutrition and safe dietary habits breastfeeding and complementary feeding parental care of young children school and pre-school nutrition and food safety policies 2 - Ensuring safe and healthy food supply:  2 - Ensuring safe and healthy food supply food supply and food safety in public institutions support to local horticulture reformulation of food products programmes for the protection of vulnerable groups micronutrient fortification of staple foods catering establishments and food retail shops economic tools (taxes, subsidies) food regulations, food hygiene from farm to table, food control systems, monitoring and surveillance for microbial and chemical hazards in the food chain 3 - Providing comprehensive communication to the consumers:  3 - Providing comprehensive communication to the consumers food-based dietary guidelines, food safety guidelines and physical activity guidelines public campaigns appropriate marketing practices targeted and timely risk communication on nutrition and food safety methods for assessing the nutrient quality of food products Nutrition labelling 4 - Improving energy balance by increasing the opportunities for physical activity:  4 - Improving energy balance by increasing the opportunities for physical activity more and better opportunities for physical activity in schools and kindergartens. physically active transport opportunities that motivate people to engage in leisure time physical activity working environment that incorporates regular physical activity or intentional exercise access for all to physical activity and recreation 5 - Strengthening nutrition and food safety in the health sector:  5 - Strengthening nutrition and food safety in the health sector standards of care and service delivery for the treatment of nutrition related diseases Engagement of primary care (including child care, maternal care, dental care) staff in dietary and physical activity counselling nutrition services and food safety in hospital micronutrient supplementation schemes 6 -Monitoring trends and evaluating the implementation and the effectiveness of the actions :  6 -Monitoring trends and evaluating the implementation and the effectiveness of the actions nutrition surveillance systems collection of national data on food consumption and conduct total diet studies economic cost of nutrition related and food borne diseases. impact of programmes and policies health impact assessment of national and international policies For more information:  For more information Nutrition and Food Security http://www.euro.who.int/Nutrition Obesity http://www.euro.who.int/obesity Database on nutrition policy and obesity http://data.euro.who.int/nutrition/ Merci pour votre attention

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