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WEBGRAFIA


 

  • Sistema d’Indicadors per a l’Avaluació de les Polítiques de Joventut: SIAPJove
  • Xarxa d’escoles promotores de la salut a Europa:

http://www.schoolsforhealth.eu/shenetwork/healthpromotingschools

http://www.schools-for-health.eu/es/for-schools/manual

http://www.schools-for-health.eu/es/for-schools/herramienta-de-evaluacion-rapida-de-she

 

CONTACTES


 

Administracions implicades:

  • Ajuntament de Girona
  • Ajuntament de Palafrugell,
  • Ajuntament de Castell-Platja d’Aro,
  • Ajuntament de Celrà,
  • Ajuntament de Salt,
  • Dipsalut,
  • Promoció salut comunitària a Girona, Generalitat de Catalunya.