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  • Lets Play !

    Physical activity and prevention of childhood obesity

    Deni Iskandar (201221264) # # #

  • The leading causes of NCD deaths in 2008

    *NCD : Non-Communicable Disease

    4.3 mil. Respiratory disease, including

    asthma and COPD 1.3 mil. Diabetes

    17 mil. Cardiovascular Disease

    7.6 mil. Cancer

  • 60% of the disease burden

    73% of all deaths

    2020

  • overweight children under 5 is estimated to be over 42 mil.

    (Close to 35 mil. of these are living in developing countries)

    2010

  • raised blood pressure (13%), tobacco use (9%), raised

    blood glucose (6%), physical inactivity (6%), and overweight and obesity (5%)

    Risk Factors

  • stay obese into adulthood and more likely to develop non-communicable diseases at a younger age

    Important?

  • Lets Play !

    Increase 20% of physical activity level in children within 5 years.

  • Project Design Matrix : Lets Play!

  • Project Design Matrix : Lets Play!

    Project Summary

    Indicators Means of verification

    Assumption

    Overall goals Preventing and controlling childhood obesity

    Obesity incidence rate and prevalence are decreased

    Annual report

    Continuous

    funding Stakeholder

    support

  • Project Design Matrix : Lets Play!

    Project Summary

    Indicators Means of verification

    Assumption

    Purpose Increase 20% of physical activity level in children within 5 years

    % of children

    reached by the program

    Average time spent in the playground by the children

    Body mass index

    Project report

    No major health policy change

  • Project Design Matrix : Lets Play!

    Project Summary

    Indicators Means of verification

    Assumption

    Output 1. Playground 2. Awareness and

    knowledge of the health benefit of physical activity

    3. Periodic program in physical activity

    4. Community engagement in the periodic program

    1. Number of

    playground in each district

    2. % of parents in the community know and aware of the health benefit of physical activity

    3. Frequency the program

    4. % of children engagement in the program

    Progress report

    Available open

    space for playground

    Reachability by walking or other means of transportation

    Qualified human resources

  • Project Design Matrix : Lets Play!

    Project Summary

    Indicators Means of verification

    Assumption

    Activities Planning Selection of

    district Open

    communication with district community about the necessity of playground and physical activity

    Develop blueprint of the playground

    Input District Office space Access to statistics data Costing for project implementation

    Project Initiator Technical expert Training Logistic provision

    Understanding about healthy lifestyle

  • Project Design Matrix : Lets Play!

    Project Summary

    Indicators Means of verification

    Assumption

    Select district community representative as community coordinator

    Implementation Build the

    playground Training of district

    community representative about health benefit of physical activity

    Input District Office space Access to statistics data Costing for project implementation

    Project Initiator Technical expert Training Logistic provision

    Understanding about healthy lifestyle

  • Project Design Matrix : Lets Play!

    Project Summary

    Indicators Means of verification

    Assumption

    Training of parent in the community about health benefit of physical activity

    Develop and manage periodic program for the playground

    Input District Office space Access to statistics data Costing for project implementation

    Project Initiator Technical expert Training Logistic provision

    Understanding about healthy lifestyle

  • Thank You . . .