Health is not a fixed and unchanging state that each individual simply possesses. Health is partly learned and can be improved or worsened over the course of a lifetime.
This is why the health of children and young people is particularly imporant for our society. It is easiest for individuals to learn healthy behaviour as children, and children benefit the lonest from this behaviour.
They learn how to treat themselves from the way in which we treat them. And if we make a commitment to improve their health, the result will be a healthier society. Experts from a variety of areas in the practial field, science and administration have contributed their knowledge, experience and time to bring this strategy to life.