The national movement And I live healthy! – SETS launches its twelfth edition

Within the enrolled schools, primary students will be able to have free access to the SETS rapid learning tools and all out-of-school educational materials made available to them in digital format, through which the balanced lifestyle is promoted.

Bucharest, November 23. The 12th edition of the national movement “And I live healthy!” – SETS, initiated by the PRAIS Foundation, debuts with its Founding Partner, Nestlé Romania, in 6 cities: Bucharest, Buzau, Cluj-Napoca, Ploiești, Roman, Timișoara, as well as in urban and rural communities in Argeș, Buzău counties, Botoșani, Cluj, Dâmbovița, Dolj, Ilfov, Prahova, Neamț, Timiș and Vrancea.

Within the enrolled schools, primary students will be able to have free access to the SETS rapid learning tools and all out-of-school educational materials made available to them in digital format, through which the balanced lifestyle is promoted. SETS hands-on and creative activities are programmed to contribute measurably to the health education and well-being of school-age children.

As every year, the success of SETS implementation is based on the involvement of teaching staff and members of students’ families. Thanks to integrated digital platforms, the general public in the communities where the SETS movement is implemented can also access information.

“The impact study we carried out at the end of the last edition of SETS shows us that 99.3% of the respondents – teachers, believe that participating in the activities of the national movement helped the students to adopt balanced lifestyle habits. At the same time, 98.6% of the teachers who answered the questionnaire confirmed that the students’ parents also highly appreciated the usefulness of the project, which is why they directly supported the children’s involvement. These results give us confidence that the new SETS edition, for which we have prepared new materials and methodologies for student activation, will be a success”, stated Silvia Bucur, President of the PRAIS Foundation.

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During the 12 years since the launch of the SETS movement, over 343,600 primary school students and their families were able to have free access to SETS educational information and activities, thanks to the voluntary involvement of 4,000 teachers from 357 schools in the country. Only between January and June 2022 a number of 1,400 hours were allocated by the teaching staff despockets dedicated to SETS extracurricular activities during 16 school weeks. un record number of 11,000 theme drawingsandwhat were made in the same period asRand the participating students.

“Balanced nutrition, daily physical activities, sports, sleep, quality time spent with family, with friends are just some of the benchmarks we promote among students, in order to develop harmoniously. We support the national SETS movement for its contribution to the formation of a healthy lifestyle among many generations of children. This commitment is part of our global initiative Nestlé for Healthier Kids through which we want to, together, succeed in making a difference for as many children as possible, who will then be able to make, knowingly, the best choices in their adult lives”stated Nicoleta Tupiță, Nutritionist-Dietician, Nutrition Health and Wellness Manager, Nestlé Romania.

Since 2019, the SETS movement has been part of the Nestlé for Healthier Kids global initiative, which aims to support 50 million children to lead healthier lives by 2030.

The basis of the SETS methodologies, recognized as a model of international good practice within EPODE, is the public-private partnership that includes state institutions, reputable medical and sports organizations, and universities.



The article is in Romanian

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