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Communications & Advocacy

RESOLVE TO SAVE LIVES

Factsheet developed by Resolve to Save Lives on how and why front of package warning labels can be used to encourage healthy diets.

RESOLVE TO SAVE LIVES

A qualitative study conducted by Resolve to Save Lives determined this poster to be the most impactful for encouraging patients to take their blood pressure medications daily. Forty patients from five different places said they prefer this poster because it shows someone actually taking their medication, which made clear what they needed to do.

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Resolve to Save Lives

Nutrition standards guide developed by Resolve to Save Lives that governments can use to procure healthy foods and beverages purchased, served and/or sold in government settings such as schools, public hospitals, childcare or child development facilities, correctional facilities and government workplaces.

Resolve to Save Lives

Sodium reduction is the single most important dietary intervention for improving heart health and saving lives. Learn more in this resource developed by Resolve to Save Lives.

RESOLVE TO SAVE LIVES

A six-step guide developed by Resolve to Save Lives that governments can follow to help reduce sodium consumption at the national level.

Resolve to Save Lives

Fact sheet from Resolve to Save Lives making the case for trans fat regulation in low-burden settings

RESOLVE TO SAVE LIVES

Fact sheet highlighting the addition of low-sodium salt to one’s diet to reduce blood pressure and associated risk of heart attack or stroke.

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World Health Organization, Resolve to Save Lives

Toolkit for communications and advocacy activities to accelerate the adoption of trans fat elimination policies, including social media resources and customizable templates

Resolve to Save Lives

One-page summary of key findings from the WHO Global Hypertension Report

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World Health Organization

WHO’s first-ever report on the global burden of high blood pressure and the progress made to manage the disease