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  AWARD WINNERS IN THE PAST

 
To encourage cities to continue to innovate and demonstrate effective and efficient ways of promoting and protecting health of urban populations, WHO and the Alliance for Healthy Cities recognize and award outstanding work in certain defined areas.
 
Healthy City Awards 2004
 
World Health Organization (WHO) Awards for Healthy Cities 2004
 
Kuching (Malaysia) and Healthy Cities Illawarra (Australia) received the Regional Director's award for their longstanding track record in improving quality of life using the Healthy Cities approach. Both cities were also cited for their international contribution to advocacy for Healthy Cities.
WHO also presented Healthy City project awards to:
 
     Marikina City (Philippines) for "Best Practice for Healthy Environments for Children";
  ·   Ulaanbatar City (Mongolia) for "Best Proposal for Healthy Environments and Children"/ report;
  ·   Ichikawa City (Japan) and Marikina City (Philippines) for "Best Proposal for Integrating Diet and Physical Activity in Urban Planning";
  ·   Seoul (Republic of Korea) for "Best Proposal for Health Promotion Investment Planning"; and
  ·   Marikina City (Philippines) for "Making Cities Safe Through Emergency Preparedness Planning".

Introduction of WHO Awards for Healthy Cities 2004
(application submission closed, 31 August 2004)
 
AWARD WINNERS IN THE PAST
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