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Ending Fuel Poverty: A Strategy for Northern Ireland

Department for Social Development Household fuel poverty Ending Fuel Poverty: A Strategy For Northern Ireland, has been developed by the Department for Social Development (DSD) following a consultation process that took place at the end of 2003. The Strat ...

National Climate Change Strategy 2007- 2012

Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government Greenhouse gas emissions, Climate Change The National Climate Change Strategy 2007-2012 follows on from the first national strategy, published in 2000 and reviewed in 2002, and takes account of ...

UK Fuel Poverty Strategy (FPS)

UK Fuel Poverty Strategy (FPS) Government strategy to end fuel poverty for vulnerable households by 2010 This document sets out the Government's Fuel Poverty Strategy. It focuses primarily on measures to improve energy efficiency and reduce the costs ...

Warmer Ways to Better Health

Northern Investing for Health Partnership Public health strategy for Northern Ireland This Strategy has been developed by the Northern Investing for Health Partnership (NIfHP). The NIfHP was established by the Northern Health and Social Services Board (NH ...

Irish Sports Council (ISC) Participation Strategy

Irish Sports Council (ISC) Strategy of sports initiatives for Ireland The Irish Sports Council acts as a resource for the National Governing (Bodies of Sport NGBs). One of the main priorities of the Irish Sports Council is to strengthen and develop capabi ...

Healthy Weight, Healthy Lives: A Cross Government Strategy for England

Department of Health OBESITY, OVERWEIGHT, WEIGHT This cross-government strategy is the first step in a sustained programme to support people to maintain a healthy weight. It will be followed by a public annual report that assesses progress, looks at the l ...

Healthy Lives, Brighter Futures: The Strategy for Children and Young People's Health

Department of Health OBESITY, SERVICES, WELLBEING In December 2007, the Government made a commitment in the Children's Plan to publish a child health strategy jointly between the Department of Health and the Department for Children, Schools and Famil ...

The South East Public Health Knowledge Management Strategy.

South East Public Health Group on behalf of the Regional Public Health Community Public Health Management Knowledge Management is the capability by which communities within an organisation capture the knowledge that is critical to them, constantly improve ...

A Five Year Tobacco Action Plan 2003- 2008

Department of Health, Social Services & Public Safety Northern Ireland Government strategy to tackle the harm caused by smoking This 5 year Action Plan, which builds upon Smoking Kills- A White Paper on Tobacco, published in 1998, provides a framework ...

A strategy for cancer control in Ireland / National Cancer Forum

10.14655/771574-4555 Department of Health and Children Strategy for Cancer Control aims to build on the major successes in cancer that have been delivered under the 1996 National Cancer Strategy To address the rapidly rising burden of cancer, this second ...

Promoting Mental Health: Strategy and Action Plan 2003-2008

10.14655/11971-4615 Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) Strategy to promote mental and emotional health In the Programme for Government, the Northern Ireland Executive committed itself to five priorities for action, one of whi ...

Strategy for reducing alcohol related harm

Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) Strategy to promote responsible alcohol consumption This document sets out the aims of the Department in tackling the problems associated with excessive alcohol consumption and outlines the ...

Breastfeeding Strategy for Northern Ireland

Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety, Northern Ireland BREASTFEEDING (INFANT), BREASTFEEDING (MOTHER), HEALTH PROMOTION, INFANT NUTRITION, MOTHER This document sets out the aims and objectives of the Government to promote and support br ...

Eating and Health: A Food and Nutrition Strategy for Northern Ireland

Health Promotion Agency (HPA) DIET, EATING HABIT, EDUCATION, FOOD, HEALTH POLICY, NUTRITION This strategy builds upon the broad nutritional targets identified in the Regional Strategy for the Northern Ireland Health and Personal Social Services (1992-1997 ...

Be Active – Be Healthy. Northern Ireland Physical Activity Strategy 1996- 2002

Health Promotion Agency (HPA) Health related physical activity The overall aim of this strategy is to increase levels of health related physical activity particularly among those who exercise least. The need to develop such a strategy, which would focus o ...

A health promotion strategy: making the healthier choice the easier choice

Department of Health and Children Submission of the Primary Care Steering Group to the Department of Health and Children The Primary Care Steering Group met on the 23rd and 24th September 2003 to discuss the ongoing implementation of the Primary Care Stra ...

A strategy for equality: Summary of the report of the Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities

Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities People with Disabilities, Disability, Quality of life The Government set up the Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities in November 1993. The Commission arranged for reports to be prepared ...

Health and Wellbeing: Into the Next Millennium (1997-2002)

Department of Health and Social Services LIFESTYLE, MENTAL HEALTH, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, SOCIAL EXCLUSION, WELLBEING This strategy describes the vision of the Department of Health and Social Services for how its work should be taken forward over the five yea ...

Be active, Be Healthy: A plan for getting the nation moving

Be Active, Be Healthy establishes a new framework for the delivery of physical activity aligned with sport for the period leading up to the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games and beyond. It also sets out new ideas for local authorities and pri ...

Active Travel Strategy Feb 2010

Getting the right mix of modes of transport for local trips matters. Walking or cycling can be a quicker and lower cost alternative to the car or public transport for many short trips, and are often the easiest ways for most of us to get more physically a ...