Global Atlas on Childhood Obesity


The first global atlas on childhood obesity shows that no country has a better than fifty percent chance of meeting their target for tackling childhood obesity. It presents data for every country based on their current and predicted levels of obesity in children, the risk factors and the presence of government policies to tackle obesity, such as restricting marketing of foods to children, encouragement of physical activity and nation guidelines for healthy diets. Based on these factors the Atlas gives each countries a score for their childhood obesity risk.

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