Recent News Entries:
The latest issue of the NCD and Poverty Research Network focuses on the marketing of unhealthy food and beverages and provides examples of how some countries are countering its harmful effects.
Livable Cities and Think Playgrounds transform an underused space into one where children can run and play.
Local health workers in Vietnam now have more resources and knowledge to better meet the health and nutrition needs of women and children in rural communities.
The findings from a HealthBridge Foundation of Canada and Centro de Comunicación y Desarrollo Andino (CENDA)-led nutrition-sensitive agricultural intervention reveal that increased chicken rearing can lead to increased egg consumption—which can lead to improved household nutrition.
From September 14 to October 12 2017, Steps for Change participants walked in solidarity with women and children in Nepal and Vietnam who need better access to health services and nutrition.
In a new report, HealthBridge Foundation of Canada identifies policies from around the world that promote the development and maintenance of public parks.
HealthBridge joined the International Nepal Fellowship in Banke District, Nepal to witness first-hand the incredible work of local health workers and our partners to improve the health of mothers and children.
Findings from our project on alcohol policy in Vietnam will be used in advocacy for the revision of laws planned over the next couple of years.
Just 54% of footpaths in the city of Kochi, in the state of Keralia, were found to be in poor condition, 34% ‘fair’ and 12% ‘good’.
Ottawa's Healthy Transportation Coalition is probing why low-income areas don't receive the same funding for cycling infrastructure as wealthier ones.