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Working in partnership carries significant implications for health promotion interventions, in terms of inter-sectoral action,sustainability and community empowerment.

As part of collaboration between the Chair Community Approaches and Health Inequalities (CACIS) and the International Union for Health Promotion and Health Education (IUHPE), an on-line repository of tools for supporting and evaluating health promotion activities undertaken in partnership has been compiled. It aims to make various tools to support the practice of health promotion research and interventions in partnership accessible on-line.