For the last 5 years a success story as part of EPODE International Network: “I’m living healthy, too!” – SETS national movement launched by PRAIS Foundation, an internationally acknowledged good practice example

“I’m living healthy, too!” – SETS national movement, initiated by PRAIS Foundation is celebrating its fifth edition this year, being present in primary-cycle schools in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Otopeni, Ploiesti, Roman and Timişoara. Based on EPODE methodologies, the SETS national movement has successfully engaged throughout the five years of implementation over 136.700 1st-4th grade pupils from … read more

10% to 20% decrease in obesity prevalence: 15 European Community Based Programmes (CBPs) meet in Bucharest to share best practices in obesity prevention at the European Obesity Forum

EPODE International Network (EIN), the world’s largest obesity and NCDs prevention network, in partnership with the PRAIS Foundation – SETS Movement, holds the first European Obesity Forum, in Bucharest from 16th to 18th October 2013. This event is an exceptional opportunity for the CBPs from all over Europe and their multi-stakeholder supporters to share best … read more

Obesity can be successfully prevented

As part of the national movement “I’m living healthy, too!” – SETS, at the initiative of PRAIS Foundation, a sociologic study of Bucharest 1st graders’ lifestyle habits was conducted by GfK Romania. The official launch of the second SETS edition will further target the achievement of the objectives related to the prevention of child obesity … read more

National movement “I’m living healthy, too!” – SETS: 48,000 pupils from the primary level of education will learn about healthy lifestyle

PRAIS Foundation is launching the first annual edition of the national movement “I’m living healthy too!” – SETS aiming, for a period of 5 years, at preventing child obesity among children and promoting a healthy lifestyle among the Romanian families, in a new, holistic approach: mind, body, spirit. In September at The UN Summit on NCDs* … read more