What are the
(ewba) Community Programs?
Final ewba Report,
Dec 2010, just released!
eat well be active Community Programs aimed to contribute to
healthy weight in children, young people (0-18 years) and their families
through promoting healthy eating and physical activity. The Programs
worked in partnership with a variety of
sectors such as health, education, welfare, neighbourhoods and food
supply by addressing both environmental and individual barriers to
healthy eating and physical activity.
The initiatives were based in two communities:
Morphett Vale (southern metropolitan SA, population
Murray Bridge (rural SA, population 18,000)
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for $2.6 million over five years by the Government of South Australia,
Department of Health, the Programs were implemented by
Southern Primary Health of Southern Adelaide
Health Service and Murray Mallee Community Health Service
of Country Health SA.
As this project is now finished there are no funded
staff members, however inquiries can be
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