WALK Community Grants Scheme: lessons learned in developing and administering a health promotion microgrants program.

@article{Caperchione2010WALKCG,
  title={WALK Community Grants Scheme: lessons learned in developing and administering a health promotion microgrants program.},
  author={Cristina M. Caperchione and W. Kerry Mummery and Kelly A Joyner},
  journal={Health promotion practice},
  year={2010},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={637-44}
}
The Women's Active Living Kits (WALK) Community Grant Scheme was a key component of a federally funded Australian initiative aimed at increasing local capacity to promote and engage priority women's groups in health-related physical activity. Under the program, community groups and organizations were provided with the opportunity to apply and receive small grants to support the development of women's walking groups with the aim of increasing physical activity participation levels in women… CONTINUE READING

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