We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
With the Social Progress Imperative, we've developed the first neighbourhood level, health-focused social progress index of its kind.
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Research and development
We're working on a major new project to distribute emergency funding to Black-led, LGBTQ+, women's-focused and disability-led organisations.
For food programmes to have a meaningful impact on health inequities, they need a persistent eye on two things: access and quality.
Assessing the progress of the innovative collaboration that aims to drive behavioural change and positively impact consumer health.
Testing a new app concept to give young people affordable access to healthier food on the go.
Impact investing can play a pivotal role in tackling health issues. Here's how we're investing to create systemic change that helps children eat healthier.
Multiple long-term conditions
How we're acting on the evidence that debt and money worries can lead to food insecurity, poor diets, higher stress levels and deteriorating mental health.
During the pandemic, we've seen people turn to their communities and neighbourhoods to support each other. We explain how hyper-local approaches are key to our work to improve urban health.
Where children grow up is a big predictor of their chances of becoming overweight or obese. We think the strategy can go further to tackle childhood obesity.
The pandemic has fast-forwarded a clock on urban health patterns that were there all along. Health institutions cannot tackle this alone.
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