The KIFLI (Keeping Fit in Later Life) Project provides resources and materials to promote physical activity among people over 50. There is currently a lack of adequate materials that show people how to integrate physical activity into everyday life. The Project will develop a framework which encourages the physical activity of older people.
KIFLI is a two year European project (2010 to 2012), involving a partnership of 7 organisations across 6 countries. It is funded by the Grundtvig Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union.
KIFLI aims to respond to the challenges of an ageing society through:
The aim is therefore to create a complex preventive package based on developing and distributing techniques of physical activity, based on the following results:
This project ended with a final conference on 12 October 2012, in the context of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012.
Aula de Mayores - University of Málaga|
The Aula de Mayores at the University of Malaga is a programme that has been active since 1994. It was implemented by a group of researchers and teachers, and is coordinated by the Vice-Rector of Equality and Social Welfare. It is an initiative for integrating seniors into the university
LifeLong Learning Programme - European Commission|
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