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.
With Wellcome Trust
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Updates from our urban health partnerships.
The £1.8m fund will go to startups who increase the availability of affordable, tasty, convenient and healthier food.
We're investing £900,000 to make healthy food and physical activity more accessible to children, with the aim of developing a model that can be replicated.
Working with Sustain, we will propose healthy, sustainable alternatives to existing local and national policy to protect children's health.
Multiple long-term conditions
Having a low or no income can contribute to poor health, so we've set up two partnerships to remove barriers to meaningful employment.
We're researching why working-age people progress - sometimes rapidly - from one health condition to many and how this can be slowed down.
The eight social enterprises we've picked to receive funding and support to expand.
Ten ambitions for London to give every child nutritious food options, plenty of water to drink, and opportunities to run and play.
We're investing £1.2m to help children in neighbouring wards achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
With ShareAction, we're pushing for healthier, affordable products, limited marketing of sugary products to children and clear food labelling.
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