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HealthyIreland
The official account of Healthy Ireland, working for Improved Health and Wellbeing in Ireland
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Volunteer Ireland May 15
National Volunteering Week is all about how volunteering builds better communities. Are you aware of everything volunteers do in your community? Do they plant flowers, coach the kids, help the neighbours? Tell us!
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Fingal Co. Libraries May 15
Congrats to on their GAA Healthy Club launch 👏 We were delighted to be there to create public awareness about 📚& to forge alliances with local groups @librariesireland
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Volunteer Ireland May 14
We're delighted to be partnering with this . Volunteering plays a huge part in creating healthy, connected communities.
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parkrun Ireland May 14
So far this year Volunteers have contributed over 30,000 hours to communities across the country helping to make our world healthier and happier. We thank you and ❤️each and every one of our Hi-Vis Heroes. 🌳
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HealthyIreland May 14
It's National Volunteering Week ! Thanks to all volunteers who help us share the message. Find out how you can get involved in volunteering here -
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Sports Active May 14
Today we launched our brand new sports chairs here in . These chairs were purchased with Healthy Ireland funding through Wexford LCDC and Wexford CYPSC.
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KateOFlaherty May 9
Thanks to all our partners & members for a super networking event in today. Lots of energy, ideas, enthusiasm - looking forward to the next one already!
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HealthyIreland May 9
Hi Laura, email HINetwork@health.gov.ie and we'll happily guide you through it.
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HealthyIreland May 9
CYPSC, & host their Sharing Zones at event. Giving members opportunity to collaborate with key partners and plan their own initiatives.
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Men's Network May 9
We have officially become members of the Healthy Ireland Network, our National Men’s Health Coordinator signing the Charter!
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HealthyIreland May 9
Download the Healthy Meeting Guidelines and take a step towards creating a healthy workplace
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HealthyIreland May 9
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'Healthy Ireland at your Library' service is available in all local libraries, offering a community based hub of information and events
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HealthyIreland May 9
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Important to make time to move and stretch, whether at a conference, school or workplace.
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HealthyIreland May 9
"We have started work on a new Healthy Campus initiative, working with third level institutions across the county". Kate O' Flaherty, Director Healthy Ireland
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HealthyIreland May 9
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"One remit of the Network is asking 'How do we make it easier for people to make healthy choice?'",Kate O' Flaherty, Healthy Ireland Director.
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HealthyIreland May 9
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Healthy Ireland Director Kate O' Flaherty "Healthy Workplaces and becoming a healthy employer will be a key area for the Healthy Ireland Network going forward"
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HealthyIreland May 9
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Minister Catherine Byrne tells the Healthy Ireland Network "none of the progress is possible without you, the members.. empowering people in their communities to be part of activities."
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HealthyIreland May 9
Healthy Ireland Network Event taking place today. Members get to meet and share ideas on how to promote the vision of .
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Dr Des Fitzgerald May 4
There is a huge drop in teenage smokers from 41% to 13% in last 20 years - this is such good news and we need to continue to reduce this further
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Healthy Galway City May 4
The launch of the Healthy Galway City Playground Signage this morning with thanks to and the Mayor of Galway @MayorPearceFlannery and all the Healthy Galway team
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