A total of 14 country reports developed by JA-CHRODIS partners outline each country’s health promotion and primary prevention landscape, whether and how they identify and share good practice, and their gaps and needs in this area. An overview report is now available summarising and comparing the content of the 14 reports. It finds that there are significant differences in systems and structures across partner countries, many commonalities emerge in relation to the gaps and needs identified. These include evaluation, monitoring, research, capacity and capacity development. All country reports referred to a lack of consistent funding at levels adequate to deal with these deficiencies and necessities. There is also a strong need to invest more and more consistently in health promotion and primary prevention, and to make health systems more sustainable.
You can find the overview report as well as all 14 country reports here.