tobacco-use prevention program. The most frequently mentioned facilitator was having partners with the same vision and goals: There has been a sustained effort around the state plan. GNI per capita in USD, not exceeding 11,000 USD, in accordance with the. United Nations data data as of December 2015 ). Key informant interviews were conducted by telephone with either a current or former program manager from each state who shared his or her perspective on the outcomes of discontinued funding. All states were frustrated by the inability to proceed with carefully planned initiatives: It was just unfortunate that we received funding to develop a plan, and then we had the rug pulled out from under us as we were ready to implement it the plan. Another respondent reported, It will be interesting to see what happens with the statistics. Our capacity to provide direction for npao initiatives was reduced to such a degree that we had to re-engage many partners who were already involved. Kuester, MS, RD; Jan Jernigan, PhD.
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What happened to the partnerships initiated under CDC funding? The role of state health departments in supporting community-based obesity prevention. Prev Chronic Dis 2011;8(4 A87. All states reported a severe or complete loss of their ability to provide training and technical assistance to partners. State health departments use CDC npao grant funds to 1) develop and implement statewide surveillance systems to define and monitor nutrition and physical activity risk factors and the burden of obesity throughout the state, 2) coordinate activities in state nutrition and physical activity promotion and. Exact amounts will depend on the Selection Committee's evaluation mathematical quality and impact and budget constraints. The inability to implement planned programs was particularly frustrating for partners and staff alike, many of whom had invested significant time in training and capacity building. Consequences of dramatic reductions in state tobacco control funds: Florida. Ultimately, all states reported that loss of funding had a devastating effect on staff morale. OFR ensures this pledge remains intact. As demonstrated by interviews from this study, partners are often wary of staying engaged in the face of funding that waxes and wanes with each grant season.
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