Coordination

 

JOAQUIM CARDADOR DOS SANTOS

Chairman of the board

 

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MIRIEME FERREIRA

Technical coordinator

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Composed of all the associated municipalities.
One technician for each associated municipality.
Composed of five elected municipalities. Currently Seixal, Lisbon, Oeiras, Montijo and Palmela.
Statutes

Published in Diário da República – III Série (N.º 5/98 january 7th 1998). Modified and approved in Intermunicipal Assembly of May 9th 2011.

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Partnerships

The Portuguese Healthy Cities Network is based on partnerships established with various entities towards a single goal: promoting health and improving quality of life. Partners:WHO - World Healt (...)
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The Healthy Cities approach recognizes the determinants of health and the need to work in collaboration across public, private, voluntary and community sector organizations. This way of working and thinking includes involving local people in decision-making, requires political commitment and organizational and community development, and recognizes the process to be as important as the outcomes.


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HEALTHY
CITIES
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Alfândega da Fé
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Almada
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Almodôvar
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Alvito
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Amadora
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Azambuja
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Barrancos
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Barreiro
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Beja
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Bragança
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Castro Marim
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Figueira da Foz
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Golegã
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Gondomar
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Lagoa
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Lagoa (Azores)
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Lisboa
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Loulé
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Loures
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Lourinhã
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Lousã
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Matosinhos
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Miranda do Corvo
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Montijo
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Odemira
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Odivelas
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Oeiras
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Palmela
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Ponta Delgada
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Portimão
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Porto Santo
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Ribeira Grande
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Seixal
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Serpa
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Sesimbra
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Setúbal
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Soure
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Tábua
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Torres Vedras
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Valongo
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Viana do Alentejo
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Viana do Castelo
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Vidigueira
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Vila Franca de Xira
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Vila Real
 A healthy municipality is one that continually 
 creates and improves its physical 
 and social environments 
The Portuguese Healthy Municipalities Network is an association formally established on October 10th 1997. It is under the political and technical co-ordination of the Municipality of Seixal.

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HEALTHY
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The Healthy Cities approach recognizes the determinants of health and the need to work in collaboration across public, private, voluntary and community sector organizations. This way of working and thinking includes involving local people in decision-making, requires political commitment and organizational and community development, and recognizes the process to be as important as the outcomes.

World Health Organization





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VI Portuguese Healthy Cities Network Forum 2016

The VI Portuguese Healthy Cities Network Forum took place on October 17, 2016, in the Luisa Todi Municipal Forum, in Setúbal.

V Forum - Health Inequalities and Healthy Planning 2014

The Portuguese Healthy Cities Network V Forum took place on november 14, at the Professional School of Montijo.

IV Fórum - Desenvolvimento Local e Cidades Saudáveis 2012

O município do Seixal recebeu o IV Fórum da Rede Portuguesa de Cidades Saudáveis, no dia 13 de novembro...
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