Obesity Advocacy Targets: NOW AVAILABLE

Obesity Advocacy Targets: FoodFocus Forum 

In May PHAIWA organised a consensus-led workshop to review and update the advocacy targets for obesity prevention in WA. The ultimate goal of this workshop was to guide and inform any consistent obesity-prevention policy and advocacy work in WA across sectors and levels of government, non-government and the community.

After the workshop, the PHAIWA team prepared a draft of the advocacy targets created under the five themes. This draft was sent to the delegates to rank their order of importance and comment to ensure the final version of the advocacy targets that would be a true reflection of their work.

The Obesity Advocacy Targets are now available to download in PDF here: https://www.phaiwa.org.au/obesity/

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