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The main goal of the FILTERED Project (From sILos To synErgies to pRevEnt ncDs) is to stimulate collaborative advocacy, health promotion, action and accountability at European and national level, for the prevention of NCDs among civil society organisations specialised in advocacy linked to the reduction of alcohol-related harm, tobacco control and the reduction of the consumption of unhealthy foods and drinks. The FILTERED project will strengthen cooperation between all Partners and other stakeholders to foster a co-creative approach and mutually beneficial partnerships, coalitions and strategic alliances in a culture of mutual learning, enrichment and respect to address the complex problems related to an integrated approach to tackling the main risk factors of NCDs (alcohol, tobacco and unhealthy foods and drinks).

This project pays particular attention to the EU’s main policy interventions to address some of the main risk factors for NCDs (specifically tobacco, alcohol and unhealthy foods and drinks) and their impact on key NCDs, including cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and cancer. By tackling NCDs risk factors in a joined-up way, the unique and innovative character of this project includes new evidence for working together, peer-to-peer connections, capacity building capacity programmes, national debates and high-impact events.

EHN is involved in the project as consortium partner.

Project Key Facts

Strategic Project Director: Florence Berteletti, Secretary General, Eurocare

Start Date: 1 January 2024

Budget: €1 925 665, of which €1 155 399 funded by EU (60% of the overall budget)

Project website: FILTERED webpage will be created on Eurocare website for sustainability purposes

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