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Table 1 Characteristics included communities & IACOs

From: Unravelling the factors decisive to the implementation of EPODE-derived community approaches targeting childhood obesity: a longitudinal, multiple case study

Community I II III IV V
Type of IACO IACO based on IACO based on
 Implementation site Neighborhood Neighborhood Neighborhood Municipality Municipality
 Target population 0–12 years 0–19 years 0–12 years 0–18 years 0–18 years
 Focus N PA & N PA & N PA & N PA & N
 Setup IACO Partly protocolled Not protocolled Not protocolled Not protocolled Not protocolled
 # inhabitants implementation site 27.400 13.325 7.345 18.216 40.958
Interventions that were included in our study per sector
 Educational Fruit & water campaign Preschool gardening & healthy N program Integrated, multidisciplinary program elementary schools (Nicely Fit!) Integrated, multidisciplinary program elementary schools (Score for Health)
(pre)school PA & N policies
Integrated, multidisciplinary program elementary schools
(Score for Health)
 Health Care Fruit & water campaign Healthy N resilience program Children’s physical therapy ‘toddler gym’ Children’s physical therapy ‘toddler gym’ -
 Welfare & sports Fruit & water campaign Municipal PA & N ‘stimulation & connecting’ program Integrated ‘active communities’ PA program
Free running
Afterschool PA intervention
N activities
Walk & run together community PA program
‘Try a sport you like’ community PA program
 Private Fruit & water campaign Sponsoring of PA & N activities Weight watchers class teen moms
‘Soup-making’ healthy N activity
Sponsoring of PA & N activities (e.g. funding school playground)
School supermarket visits
Football club initiated PA activities
School supermarket visits
Football club initiated PA activities
  1. PA physical activity, N nutrition