Image:Healthy Schools: Empowering Children, 2001-2003

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The Global Network in One Continent: Number of Health-Promoting Schools in Latin America

Summary

This color-coded map of Latin America shows the connection between education and health. A healthy environment for learning is associated with the improvement of children's health.

The map shows the number of health-promoting schools in Latin America between 2001–2003. It also indicates the Latin American countries that introduced activities in schools as part of the World Health Day of 2003 on Healthy Environments for Children.

Legend indicates:

  • Dark Green: Over 2000
  • Light Green: 1001-2000
  • Light Brown: 51-1000
  • Yellow: 50 and under
  • Gray: no data

A more detailed version of this map: [1]

Source

Inheriting the World: The Atlas of Children's Health and the Environment, Part Three: A look to the future. By Bruce Gordon, Richard Mackay and Eva Rehfuess, World Health Organization, 2004. ISBN 92 4 159156 0.

Copyright

© WHO 2004. All rights reserved.

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