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Environments (WHOWPR 2003) provides a context for activity targeting Consider opportunity of progress with high level support from PSHON. Assumptions · That all stakeholders will be actively involved and support the PSHON Nutrition Project. · That funding will be available to implement recommendations. Constraints · Funding at present is only secured for 5 months. · Not all stakeholders may want to be actively involved. · The scope of the Nutrition Project may be difficult to obtain agreement from all members of PSHON. Communication with Pacific Island staff may be difficult (due to technology, timeframes and cultural preferences). Exclusions · The project will not be able to address issues around economic trade and import/export of food between Pacific Islands and Australia or New Zealand. This has been raised as a significant issue but is outside the scope of the project. · The preparation of nutrition strategies for countries without them is also outside the scope of the project. Related activity/projects · A proposal, Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health (DPAS) Implementation from the WHO has been received by AusAID. The requested budget is A$150,000 to support countries in the Western Pacific Region to implement the strategy for the prevention and control of chronic, non-communicable diseases. Activities are based on the WHRO DPAS implementation plan developed by Marion Dunlop and Western Pacific Regional Office staff. Project partners/clients/stakeholders Partners/clients · Pacific Senior Health Officials Network (PSHON) · Australian Government Health Department colleagues (PHD & International Branch) · AusAID · Pacific Island Governments/Health Departments Undertake project work BSBPMG522, Version 1 Page 52 of 59
· Current Pacific Island nutrition workforce Other stakeholders · WPRO – WHO · Secretariat of the Pacific Community · Universities and Training Institutes · Food industry · NGO’s: Diabetes Australia, ANF, Heart Foundation · DAA · PHAA · Local Governments in Pacific · Pacific Island Governments/Agriculture and Fisheries Departments · Pacific Island Governments/ Environmental Departments (health) · Pacific Island Governments/Education Departments Project timeframe 5 months (August 2004-December 2005) Note: Project timeframes have been affected by the delay in endorsement of the project and in selection of the countries to be analysed. A report to the PSHON at the meeting to be scheduled in March 2006 is required. Costs Project costs Item Costs 1 1 Investment by permanent staff (FTE estimates only) 1.0 2 Project budget: a Temporary project staff – APS EL1 $30,810 b Associated non labour and corporate overheads (includes on costs) $5,085 c Other – travel and production of reports $9,800 Project budget-total A$46,108 Additional funding of $10,000 will be provided by AUSAID to support travel

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