Happy Active Kids Kenya

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Principles of HAKK

HAKK is guided by the following principles. That:

  • Children have the right to a variety of structured and unstructured opportunities to participate in physical activity and play.
  • Daily activities at home, in schools, and in communities will be the focus of the initiative.
  • Fair and safe play will be an integral part of structured opportunities for children and youth.
  • Helping inactive children and youth become more active will be a priority.
  • The initiative will identify and build on what is currently offered by existing groups, organizations, and institutions in the community.
  • The initiative will be based on evidence and best practices.
  • Children and youth will be empowered and involved in leadership.
  • Collaborative effort among agencies, government, and non-government organizations is a proven method for achieving results.

 

PAAT RESEARCH UPDATE

Physical Activity and Active Transport (PAAT) Research Project began with the training of research assistants on data quality management i.e. data collection and quality control. This paved way for data collection.  PAAT involves four research locations: Kenya, Nigeria, Mozambique and Canada. The Kenya site (Kenyatta University) serves as the coordinating centre for the project.

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Contact Us

Director
Healthy Active Kids Kenya (HAKK)
P.O Box 43844-00100 , Nairobi-KENYA
Tel: + 254-810901 Ext. 57284
E-mail: director@hakkenya.org

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