Partnerships: Diverse and Numerous
Illustrating the various and diverse ways partners are involved
|Public Health Agency of Canada||Funder & support for design, structure, evaluation, knowledge exchange/dissemination|
|Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living||Funder & support for design, structure, implementation, coordination, evaluation, reporting and knowledge exchange/dissemination|
|Regional Health Authorities||Support for design, structure, implementation, evaluation, capacity building, reporting and knowledge exchange/dissemination|
|83 CDPI Communities including First Nation and Métis Communities||“The face and heart of CDPI in MB and where all of the magic happens”
Champions of community-led and culturally sensitive approaches to chronic disease prevention; designed, implemented, shared successes, learned from their experiences and made changes in practice.
Linked with and built on existing programs, established common interests and provided a common sense approach to CDPI.
|Municipal Governments, Community Councils, Chief and Councils||Providing leadership, support in kind|
|Local Educators and/or Peer Leaders||Assisted with planning and delivery of diverse range of programming events, partners at many levels|
|Schools||Venue support; access to gyms, kitchen facilities – often at no or low cost
Key partners who provided both the support and the means to collect risk factor data from MB. Youth; grades 6- 12.
|Canadian Cancer Society||Assistance with surveillance, risk factor and knowledge exchange/dissemination.
Continuing champion of Towards Evidence Informed Practice (TEIP) training and using evidence in community programming
|CancerCare Manitoba||Analysis of data from YHS and formatted for ease of use by regions and communities|
|Manitoba Lung Association||Website host, partner in resource development and training; (Blue Light Project, Lungs are for Life and Not on Tobacco)|
|Manitoba Tobacco Reduction Alliance (MANTRA)||Supporting Tobacco Cessation skill development and providing leadership for Tobacco Reduction Framework in Manitoba|
|Health in Common||Host website for CDPI, community resources (toolkits, handbooks, planning tools)|
|Northern Healthy Foods Initiative (NHFI)||Collaborated with northern communities (3 northern RHAs) to address food insecurity, shared resources with regions; e.g. Vitality Gardens videos,|
|Recreation||Assistance with planning, delivery and funding (in some communities) for programs, access to community expertise (trainers, program leaders)
Collaborated in the development of “Making the Move to Healthy Choices” toolkit to support healthier food choices in recreation facilities
|Recreation facilities||Venue support and access to equipment – often at no or low cost|
|Dairy Farmers of Manitoba||Technical expertise and website to promote “What’s In Your Lunch?” display boards and order forms. Provides information to other provincial and national groups.|
|Grocery stores||Displays, food sampling and sponsors of events|
|Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)||Supporting the understanding and linkages for mental well-being|
|Seniors Groups and Drop-in Centres||Co-promoted and cost shared events or programs that reached or targeted a wide ranges of audiences; youth through to seniors|
|Wellness Centres||Working with community wellness programs and creating opportunities for capacity building in the wellness area. Creating a built environment to support and enhance changing healthy behavior.|