This project is about research and implementation so we will use two sets of tools. For research, we will accumulate and develop knowledge: analyze previous studies related to the subject and health status of older people and their determinants (social, economic and cultural) in different stages of life; identify and evaluate health promotion methods; analyze institutions of health promoters and also funding, distribution, and modelling of financial circuit and incentives; critically review cost-effectiveness analysis.
Quality will be guaranteed by supervision of the Advisory Board and will be assessed in accordance with the rules of the project. For the implementation of project results, we plan to prepare a manual for health promotion that will help to fill the most common knowledge gaps among street level health promoters and training materials for key institutions providing health promotion for the elderly.
We will also conduct training in cooperation with the newly created Board of Health Promoters for selected street-level health promoters in the project countries.