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The Three Rivers Delta in the Low Countries, the first Transnational Reference Site in the application of gastrology and primary food care, has been granted Reference Site status by the European Commission in September 2019.

A total of 77 regional and local organisations have been awarded “Reference Site” status in the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP-AHA) for three years. They have shown excellence in the development, adoption and scaling up of innovative practices for active and healthy ageing.
The European Commission launched the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP-AHA) in 2010. Innovation Partnerships are seen as key to address major societal challenges. The partnership brings together public and private stakeholders across boards and sectors to accelerate the uptake of innovation, with the goal of increasing by two years the average healthy life years (HLY) of EU citizens by 2020.


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Research

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Education

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Implementation

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The triple triple of Three Rivers Delta: for 3 years we focus on 3 goals within 3 application areas.


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Geriatrics

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Oncology

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Dysphagia

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