Describes the involvement of British health educators in a Hungarian project to introduce health education into the school curriculum for children aged ten to 14. The project is part of an attempt to close the gap between the health of the Hungarian population and that of other countries in western Europe. It is being funded by a grant from the World Bank to develop health services in Hungary. Explains how the British‐Hungarian collaborators are following the model pioneered in the Health for Life books and adapting this to the Hungarian culture and lifestyle. Compares the similarities and differences between aspects of health education in the UK and in Hungary.
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