This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Halland Regional Council with local partners in Sweden. It was aimed at teaching preschool teachers to learn how to use a GPS for teaching purposes, followed by them using this technology with children aged 3-6 years by integrating this activity into their work plan.
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Cheap bus tours were arranged to Stättareds 4-H farm to make the facility accessible to new groups and to make it possible for more people to enjoy outdoor activity, nature and walking along Hallandsleden. In Stättared, Hallandsleden is available for walking, enjoying wildlife, beautiful scenery and learning more about nature and the animals at the farm.
Organisations and businesses give a group of students a mission to solve in 24 hours: “How can you get new groups of people more physically active using new techniques?” The basis was making more people physically active, thereby their tendency to use the car less frequently, to socialise more and become sick less often. Thus considerable cost savings could be made for the municipalities, the regional council and for business companies.
This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Region Halland in Sweden, working with local organisations. It was aimed at drawing local immigrant people, who were relatively inactive and who did little exercise, out into nature as a means of facilitating increased integration, as well as increasing collaborative working between local organisations.