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Table 1 Summary of HPC:BAEW communities

From: Community-based interventions for obesity prevention: lessons learned by Australian policy-makers

Intervention Community Community characteristics Primary target group Secondary target group Budget Funding timeframe
Cardinia Shire Council/South-East Healthy Communities Partnership Urban; high level of socio-economic disadvantage Primary school-aged children, 5-12 years Families, carers, older adults and seniors $637,000 Apr 2007-June 2010
Kingston Bayside PCP Urban; culturally and linguistically diverse; high level of socio-economic disadvantage Children 0-12 years Families, carers, older adults and seniors $637,000 Apr 2007-June 2010
Campaspe PCP Rural; high level of socio-economic disadvantage; high proportion of young people Secondary school-aged children, 12-18 years Older adults $637,000 Apr 2007-June 2010
Westbay PCP (HealthWest Partnership) Urban; culturally and linguistically diverse; high level of socio-economic disadvantage Secondary school-aged children, 12-18 years Young people newly arrived from overseas $637,000 Apr 2007-June 2010
Southern Grampians and Glenelg PCP (SGG) Rural; culturally homogeneous; ageing population; high level of socio-economic disadvantage Working adults Wider community $637,000 Apr 2007-June 2010
Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative Regional; Aboriginal community; high level of socio-economic disadvantage Whole of community*   $392,000 Oct 2007-June 2010
  1. * This later moved to a heavy emphasis on increasing physical activity in children and adolescents