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The second coordination and support action for the JPI Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life

Deliverables

Strategy and action plan for flexible and efficient collaboration with Third Countries

This deliverable is part of task 2.4. Based on analyses of third countries in the Asia-Pacific and Americas - through the already existing connections with EU-LAC and New Zealand - a strategy and action plan will be developed for collaboration with Third Countries. This strategy will both look into how to operationalise and prioritise between more structural involvements of third countries within JPI HDHL (membership) as well as more flexible involvements in Joint Activities of the JPI. The strategy and action plan will be operationalised and tested through the engagement with a third country. After refining the strategy and action plan - another 4 third countries will be engaged with the JPI HDHL activities.

Implementation Plan 2019 – 2021

This deliverable is the final output of task 4.2. The Implementation Plan 2019-2021 will describe the activities that JPI HDHL will perform in a period of three years and the concrete targets during this period.

Status report on JPI HDHL performance in social media

This deliverable is a summary of the output of the activities in task 5.3. It concerns a short status report on the JPI HDHL activities related to social media performed in the first reporting period of the CSA JPI HDHL 2.0. The report describes the activities on various social media platforms and the reach and impact through these activities.

First report on progress of work done by SAB

This deliverable is a concrete output of task 3.3 focussed on the first reporting period of the CSA and contains a summary of the main activities performed and advices provided by the SAB towards the MB of JPI HDHL.

Portfolio of related international initiatives

This deliverable is an output of task 2.3. The portfolio of related international activities will be based on: - a mapping and description of important related initiative; - a ranking of the importance of these initiatives in relation to the JPI HDHL aims/ambitions and its Implementation Plan; - identification of connections of the members of the JPI HDHL governance bodies with these initiatives; - a webtool developed/adapted under the umbrella of WP5 to support a digital update of the key initiatives.

Methodological approach to the update of the SRA

This deliverable is the first output of task 4.1 and is a preparation towards the update of the SRA of JPI HDHL. The deliverable is a work plan stating the variables that have to be taken into account for the update of the SRA, the actors that need to be involved, the activities that have to be set in place a time-line/order of these activities. This deliverable forms a firm base towards a thoroughly updated SRA.

First report on progress of work done by SHAB

This deliverable is a concrete output of task 3.2 focussed on the first reporting period of the CSA and contains a summary of the main activities performed and advices provided by the SHAB towards the MB of JPI HDHL.

Work plan to increase the interaction among stakeholders and between stakeholders and the JPI

This deliverable is an output of task 3.1. The deliverable will be a work plan towards the design and implementation of a stakeholders forum and/or other tools to involve a wide variety of stakeholders and to create a feedback group for the Stakeholder Advisory Board and JPI HDHL as a whole. Special focus will be to also involve stakeholder organisations who represent the community or specific groups of the community. The actual tool that will derive from this action plan will be developed in WP5.

First update status report on JPI HDHL performance in social media

This deliverable is a summary of the output of the activities in task 5.3. It concerns a short update of the status report on the JPI HDHL activities related to social media performed in the second reporting period of the CSA JPI HDHL 2.0. The report describes the activities on various social media platforms and the reach and impact through these activities.

Strategy document on possible ways to create synergy between public funding from the MS, public funding from the EC and/or funding from NGOs

This deliverable is an output of task 2.2. The starting point of this strategy document will the analysis of inspiring examples on collaboration between different public funders that goes beyond regularly used instruments like ERA-NET Cofund. Furthermore relevant output from the H2020 project ERA-LEARN 2020 will be taken into account as well as the developments of JPI HDHL own experience to create synergy between public funding of MS and the EC (e.g. around the topics Food and Nutrition Security and Malnutrition).

Second report on progress of work done by SHAB

This deliverable is a concrete output of task 3.2 focussed on the second reporting period of the CSA and contains a summary of the main activities performed and advices provided by the SHAB towards the MB of JPI HDHL.

Published SRA

This deliverable is the final result of task 4.1 and concerns an update of the current edition of the SRA of JPI HDHL.

Second report on progress of work done by SAB

This deliverable is a concrete output of task 3.3 focussed on the second reporting period of the CSA and contains a summary of the main activities performed and advices provided by the SAB towards the MB of JPI HDHL.

JPI HDHL guideline on academia – industry collaboration in JPI HDHL

This deliverable is a concrete output of task 3.4. The guideline will be developed based on the input gathered through 3 to 4 workshops that will be organised during the course of the CSA. These workshops bring together industry, scientist and other relevant parties in order to gather more inside in the chances and barriers of public-private collaboration in the different phases of the value chain within the area of nutrition and health. Products and knowledge developed by related initiatives (e.g. other JPIs/ERA-Nets) and umbrella projects (e.g. ERALEAN 2020) will also be taken into account. The guideline should provide recommendations to strengthen collaboration within the scope of JPI HDHL both on the level of project consortia (e.g. on IPR and impact) as on the level of funding organisations (e.g. funding measures/activities to stimulate public/private collaboration).

Update of the Communication Strategy according to the IP 2019 – 2021

This deliverable is the output of task 5.1 and concerns an update of the communication strategy developed as D5.1 based on the content of the Implementation Plan 2020-2021 and the performed process evaluation (D6.1).

Report on the third Process evaluation of JPI HDHL

This deliverable is the first output of task 6.3.2 and concerns a report on the third performed process evaluation of JPI HDHL. The first and second process evaluation took place during the course of the first CSA of JPI HDHL according to a developed framework which was designed through a collaboration of JPIs established through the finalised FP7 project JPIs to Cowork. The process evaluation will follow the updated evaluation framework - which results out of task 6.1.

Update of the Communication Strategy according to the IP 2016-2018

This deliverable is the output of task 5.1 and concerns an update of the existing communication strategy developed under the first CSA based on the content of the Implementation Plan 2016-2019 of JPI HDHL which will be published early 2016.

Second update status report on JPI HDHL performance in social media

This deliverable is a summary of the output of task 5.3. It concerns a short status report on the JPI HDHL activities related to social media performed in the third reporting period of the CSA JPI HDHL 2.0. The report describes the activities on various social media platforms and the reach and impact through these activities.

Report on communication materials

This deliverable concerns a summary of the developed communication products in task 5.4 including the main target groups of these products (e.g. policy makers, health professionals, scientists and (representatives) of the community).

Practical tools for MS to increase alignment within their country

This deliverable is a concrete output from task 2.1. The practical tools for the MS to increase alignment within their country will be developed based on information gathered during the first conference for funding bodies organised by JPI HDHL in January 2015, through a questionnaire/short interviews performed in the first 6M of the CSA JPI HDHL 2.0 and output from the H2020 project ERALEARN 2020 (if available). Practical tools can be - depending on the outcomes of the questionnaires/interviews for example: - e.g. descriptions of best practices of other countries with similar characteristics (like country size; funding system); - PowerPoint presentation targeted to specific ministries; - Success stories of JPI HDHL funding activities with the focus on the impact of these activities; - General information on the benefit of the JPI HDHL concept.

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