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The Defeat-NCD Partnership helps low and lower-middle income countries to reduce the burden of non-communicable disease. CEO
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The will work to: ·Build national capacity ·Scale-up community health services ·Expand availability of affordable essential medicines and technologies; and ·Secure financing to achieve universal health coverage for NCDs
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership 11h
Each year 15 million people die prematurely from a NCD. Four in 5 of these deaths are in low-resource countries. It is time to take decisive action and .
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership 11h
Former President of Botswana presented recommendations from the UN HLC report, with cost-effective 'best buys' - taxation on alcohol, sugary drinks and tobacco and bans on their marketing; public awareness campaigns; and education.
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Learn more about The Partnership at
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The Prime Minister of Tanzania has mentioned unhealthy diets and a lack of nutrients among the factors contributing to the increase in NCDs.
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Douglas Webb 17h
Who are the winners and losers in the 2018 Political Declaration on ? See assessment
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Mukesh Kapila Sep 22
And pleased to have you speak at the launch of the Partnership on morning of 24th Sept at
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Dr James Hospedales, the Chair of , is passionate about NCDs because In 1988 he lost his boss, his step-father, and his uncle to some form of NCD. Read more on our blog
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The number of new diabetes and hypertension cases continues to increase in Manicaland, Zimbabwe a situation that requires more support to attend to the NCDs that account for 31% of deaths in the country.
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership Sep 22
Study by the ministry of health in Kenya in 2015 showed that NCDs such as asthma and heart failure account for over 50% of hospital inpatient admissions and over 40% of hospital deaths.
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership Sep 22
NCDs have been classified as contributing to over 50 percent of the deaths in Kenya. This was revealed by AMREF health Africa country director, Meshack Ndirangu during the 2nd Universal Health Conference held in Nyeri. Amref Health Africa...
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership Sep 22
The Defeat-NCD Partnership is actively looking for a Special Assistant who is proactive with the ability to anticipate the needs of the CEO while working autonomously in a fast paced environment. Find out more at...
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership Sep 22
is actively looking for a Special Assistant who is proactive with the ability to anticipate the needs of the CEO while working autonomously in a fast paced environment. Find more information:
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership Sep 21
Oman's Ministry of Health and a committee tasked to treat NCDs met to discuss WHO reports and future steps to combat the disease.
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership Sep 21
Obesity, type 2 diabetes and fatty liver disease pose major global health burdens, but researchers report that blocking an RNA-silencing protein in the livers of mice keep the animals from getting fat-related and diabetic conditions.
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The Defeat-NCD Partnership Sep 21
Language barriers in healthcare are associated with worse glycemic control among Latino patients with limited English proficiency and diabetes. However, a study published in The American Journal of Managed Care found no evidence that ethnicity or...
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richard horton Sep 20
Today, an unprecedented collaboration is launched between civil society, scientists, WHO, and The Lancet to monitor and review progress in preventing, treating, and controlling non-communicable diseases.
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Aimable Uwimana Sep 15
2011: First UN High-level Meeting on NCDs = 34 Heads of State and Government attended. 2014: Second UN High-level Meeting on NCDs = Four time-bound commitments on NCDs. September 27, 2018: Third UN High-level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases.
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