Healthy Cities Project
The idea of Healthy Cities was first put forward in a 1984 Conference entitled ‘Beyond Health Care’ in Toronto, Canada. The Healthy Cities Project is intended to lend support to city-based health promotion efforts. There had been an increasing realisation throughout the world of the need to grapple with human induced crises, which are in larger parts, the results and expectations of city dwellers. The challenge is to find ways of renewing efforts towards achieving a high quality of life for city dwellers.
Kuching, Sarawak participates in the Healthy Cities Programme since 1994. Dr. Trevor Hancock, one of the founders of the WHO Healthy Cities Programme, revealing how Sarawak is linked to the Healthy Cities Programme.
We can be contacted by the following address or you can send in your enquiry using the form below:
Secretariat Of Kuching Healthy City Programme
State Planning Unit
Chief Minister’s Department
14th Floor Wisma Bapa Malaysia, Petra Jaya, 93502 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Tel: (6) 082-492278
Fax: (6) 082-449481
FOR MORE INFORMATION:- http://www.healthycity.sarawak.gov.my