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AWARDS TO HEALTHY CITIES

 
To encourage cities to continue to innovate and demonstrate effective and efficient ways of promoting and protecting health of urban populations, WHO and the Alliance for Healthy Cities recognize and award outstanding work in certain defined areas.
 

 

Healthy Cities Recognition and Awards 2014



Recipients

    WHO Recognition for Healthy Cities 2014

Healthy Cities Best Practices 2014

 

> Protecting, promoting and supporting healthy diets: Salt reduction

  Best Practice: Changshu, People’s Republic of China; Gangdong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  > Protecting, promoting and supporting healthy diets: Restricting marketing of unhealthy food and beverages to children
  Best Practice: Yongin, Republic of Korea
  > Protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding
  Best Practice: Kunshan, People’s Republic of China
  > Measuring the impact of city-level tobacco control policies
 

Best Practice: Beijing, People’s Republic of China; Qingdao, People’s Republic of China; Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China

  > Disability-inclusive cities
 

Best practice: Seongdong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

  > Fostering age-friendly cities
 

Best Practice: Dangjin, Republic of Korea

  > Creating gender-responsive cities
 

Best Practice: Wonju, Republic of Korea

  > Water safety planning
  Best Practice: Parañaque City, Philippines
  >Safe cities: Prevention of violence and injuries
  Best Practice: Songpa-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  >Addressing the social determinants of health through a Health in All Policies approach
  Best Practice: Logan City, Australia

  

 WHO Special Recognition, 2014

  Logan City, Australia

 

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    AFHC Awards for Healthy Cities 2014
  1.  AFHC Award for Creative Developments in Healthy Cities
   

Category (1): Evaluation

    Taoyuan Healthy City Promotion Association
    Category (2): Healthy Settings and Communicable Diseases Control
    (none)
    Category (3): Health Security and Non-communicable Diseases Control
    Obu City; Changwon City; Yuseong-gu, Daejeon Metropolitan City; Taoyuan Healthy City Promotion Association
   

Category (4): Health Equity

    Hsinchu City Healthy City Promotion Association; Taoyuan Healthy City Promotion Association
    Category (5): Ubiquitous City
    Songpa-gu, Seoul
    Category (6): Good Health Systems
    Kaohsiung Healthy Harbor City Association; Tainan Healthy City Association
   

Category (7): Disaster Preparedness, response and recovery

    Owariasahi City; Marikina City; Taoyuan Healthy City Promotion Association
    Category (8): Healthy Urban Planning
    (none)
   
  2.   AFHC Award for Progress of Healthy Cities
    Award for Healthy City with Good Infrastructure
    Yamato City
    Award for Healthy City with Good Dynamic
    Busanjin-gu, Busan Metropolitan City; Changwon City; Siheung City; Yuseong-gu, Daejeon Metropolitan City
    Award for Healthy City with Comprehensive Development
    Owariasahi City
   
  3.   AFHC Award for Pioneers of Healthy Cities
    Susana Judy Magtubo
    Rhee Boo Ouk
    Albert LEE

 


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