Schools for Health in Europe Network Foundation (SHE)
1992, as European Network of Health Promoting Schools (ENHPS) – Réseau européen des établissements scolaires attachés à la promotion de la santé, as a tripartite project of: E-XE9798 - WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe); E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC); D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE). Also referred to in French as Réseau européen de la promotion de la santé dans les écoles. New phase commenced in 2007, when ENHPS Technical Secretariat transferred to NIGZ, the national institute for health promotion in the Netherlands, as a new WHO Collaborating Centre for School Health Promotion. Network extended under title of Schools for Health in Europe network (SHE network), 1 Jan 2008. Current title adopted 2014, when became an NGO.
Make the health promoting school approach become an acknowledged and accepted concept all over Europe and Central Asia, with increased implementation activities on regional and local levels within schools; contribute to making health-promoting schools and school health promotion a more integral part of policy development in education and health sectors in Europe and Central Asia.
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