Agreement for Performance of Work - Kids Champion Programme for promotion of physical activity and healthy eating
2nd Aug 2019
WHO Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
First name: Peter
Telephone country code: Philippines (+63)
Telephone number: 528 9659
Telephone extension: 528 9659
Fax country code: Philippines (+63)
Fax number: 521 1036 Japan Email :email@example.com
Tender are invited for Agreement for Performance of Work - Kids Champion Programme for promotion of physical activity and healthy eating
Deadline : 02-Aug-2019 17:00 (GMT 8.00)
Published : 24-Jul-2019
Type of Notice : Request for quotation
Beneficiary Country/Territory : Japan
Reference : WPRO/2019-07/CSU_DPM/TN94303/mom
Description : 1.0 BACKGROUND
Countries need new and innovative approaches to deal with complex health challenges that they are facing given the rapid changes that they are also undergoing. WHO, as well as other partners, are all the more expected to charter new support mechanisms to ensure that countries are capable to address their health and related challenges that they may have.
The leadership of the Western Pacific Region have been constantly initiating health activities across the Region. Given these various programme activities, an effective and efficient coordination mechanism is all the more needed to ensure that support if given in an integrated platform, while at the same time maintaining our current momentum in terms of our collaborations with the Member States and partners.
The Kids Champion Programme was developed, through technical discussions and consultations with relevant staff in both Regional and country offices and under the guidance of the Regional Director, to jumpstart a new approach on managing NCDs and establishing healthy behaviours early in life, more specifically, during childhood.
The proposed activities of this programme will be designed and organized in line with the people-centred grounds-up approach to tackle obesity and prevent NCDs. It will involve site visits and health education study tour for children and adolescents from selected Pacific island countries (Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Tuvalu). It is proposed that these activities be done in Japan bec...