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Second Physical Activity Almanac

Global Observatory for Physical Activity GoPA!
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Número de páginas : 584
Edición :Primera edición
Fecha de Publicación :2021-11-01
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In this almanac, GoPA! presents the complete Second Set of 164 Country Cards with the available evidence up to 2019-2020 on physical activity research, policy and surveillance worldwide, corresponding to a global coverage of 75.6%. 
 
The project has successfully brought together representatives from almost all countries of the world to address physical activity as a public health issue. In 2015, 139 Country Cards were launched and in 2020 this number has increased to 164 Country Cards. 
 
The purpose of the Almanac is to help countries to determine their needs and initiate or improve standardized data collection, surveillance systems, policy making, research, health burden statistics, program development, and evaluation related to physical activity. We encourage governments, researchers, physical activity advocates, and the general public to use this resource to improve population levels of physical activity.

In this almanac, GoPA! presents the complete Second Set of 164 Country Cards with the available evidence up to 2019-2020 on physical activity research, policy and surveillance worldwide, corresponding to a global coverage of 75.6%. 
 
The project has successfully brought together representatives from almost all countries of the world to address physical activity as a public health issue. In 2015, 139 Country Cards were launched and in 2020 this number has increased to 164 Country Cards. 
 
The purpose of the Almanac is to help countries to determine their needs and initiate or improve standardized data collection, surveillance systems, policy making, research, health burden statistics, program development, and evaluation related to physical activity. We encourage governments, researchers, physical activity advocates, and the general public to use this resource to improve population levels of physical activity.