“This work package focuses on designing and implementing an evaluation framework to measure the project’s progress, outcomes, and impact against its objectives and expected results.
The project evaluation will be based on two different components:
(i) A systematic and continuous monitoring of processes, outputs, outcomes and context ensuring:
– a timely reporting of issues in the process and implementation of appropriated measures; – production of the project outputs according to the planned activities;
– production of the benefits described in the specific objectives;
– sustainability of the JA during its execution.
(ii) A final evaluation of outcomes ensuring:
– an evaluation of the impact provided by the actions implemented at the country and European level;
– elaboration of the recommendations that will be elaborated at the end of the JA to help improving the programs and policies aiming to address childhood obesity in EU countries after the JA.
The “HEALTH4EUkids” Joint Action aims to implement health promotion and prevention strategies for child obesity across European countries. It seeks to share best practices and research findings, particularly focusing on the initiatives Grunau Moves from Germany and Smart Family from Finland. The project involves knowledge transfer, cooperation between member states, policy development, and the promotion of healthy lifestyles in families and communities. Its goal is to prevent childhood obesity, increase physical activity and healthy diet, and ensure the sustainability and transferability of successful practices to other member states.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s EU4HEALTH Programme under the Grant Agreement no 101082462