Let’s be active for health for all

Walk, cycle, skip and swim: being physically active promotes health and protects people from cancers, diabetes, heart disease and obesity – key forms of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). The Let’s be active campaign is promoting the advice of the WHO Global action plan on physical activity, which was endorsed at the World Health Assembly in 2018.

This video was made in conjunction with the Olympic Channel with footage kindly provided by the Olympic Channel Archive, Ramblers Scotland, Walk21 Hong Kong, the University of Western Australia Swim for refugees initiative and multiple WHO offices.

More information:
www.who.int/lets-be-active/en

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