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Champions for the Cause

Champions for the Cause

‘Stop! Yuh too Sweet!’ has garnered support across Barbados. To help spread the message, a key component of the project was the identification of a number of champions who will be undergoing training in the next phase of the project and will be utilising their various platforms to enhance and amplify the efforts of the HSFB.

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TEAM work makes the DREAM work!

Partnering for Healthier Lifestyles

TEAM work makes the DREAM work! As part of its ongoing advocacy efforts, the HSFB team has engaged in numerous community outreach activities throughout the course of the first phase of the childhood obesity prevention project.

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Schools MOVE!

Schools MOVE!

In November, 2018, the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Barbados, led by Professor Anne St. John and Dr. Grace Showan, and supported by Dr. Janelle Bryan, Champion for the Childhood Obesity Prevention Campaign and also Chair of the National Taskforce on Wellness and Member of the National NCD Commission and Mrs. Greta Yearwood, celebrated the launch of ‘school moves’ health clubs at several model schools participating in the ‘Stop! Yuh too Sweet!’ campaign.

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Stop Yuh Too Sweet - Campaign Launch

Stop Yuh Too Sweet

‘Teamwork is at the heart of great achievement’. #stopyuhtoosweet #timetotalk #advocacy #healthyschools. Childhood obesity is a globally relevant, complex issue that has significant health, social and economic effects. Worldwide, there has been a major thrust to tackle the incidence of childhood obesity with many countries employing policy-based initiatives.

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