Strengthen governance and policies to make healthy choices accessible and affordable to all, and create sustainable systems that make collaboration across society real. This approach is based on the reasoning that health is determined by multiple factors beyond the direct control of the health sector (e.g. education, income and individual living conditions) and that decisions made in d Other sectors can affect the health of individuals and shape the patterns of disease distribution and mortality.
Improving the health literacy of populations provides the basis on which citizens can take an active role in improving their own health, successfully engage in community action for health, and push governments to take ownership. their responsibilities for health and health equity.
The settings approach has its roots in the WHO Strategy for Health for All and, more specifically, in the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. The key principles of healthy environments include community participation, partnership, empowerment and equity. The Healthy Cities program is the best-known example of a successful Healthy Settings program.
Bringing together all societal and personal influences to increase awareness and demand for health care, assist in the provision of resources and services, and cultivate lasting individual and community involvement.