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Dr Alexey Kulikov 23h
Noncommunicable diseases reduce productivity and economic growth through losses in the workforce due to illness and premature death and through reduced performance of unwell workers who remain at work.
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ICN Aug 4
This week’s case study focuses on public health nursing officers working with non-communicable diseases in Read more here:
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Bente Mikkelsen Aug 7
Calling all people living with ! Please join and I in participating in 's mask challenge, and tweet us a photo of you wearing a mask.
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Rwanda NCD Alliance Aug 5
and , a Wake-up Call for Primary Health Care System Strengthening in Sub-Saharan Africa. Govts and donors should use the momentum created by in a sustainable and effective way by pivoting health spending towards primary health care.
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NCD Alliance Aug 6
Get ready to join the Global Week for Action on from 7-13 September. Download the campaign logo in , , and with more languages to come! Join the movement - every action counts! . ➡️
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NCD Access Aug 4
In our first 3 years, we have made tremendous progress and advanced strong public-private partnerships. As the world faces COVID-19 and people living with face new risks, collaboration is more important than ever. Learn more in our annual report:
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World NCD Congress 2020 4h
"NCDs are set to overtake communicable, maternal, neonatal, and nutritional (CMNN) diseases combined as the leading cause of mortality in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030."
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Bente Mikkelsen Aug 5
Ever wanted to learn more about: - Designing and making the case for for ? - The catastrophic health expenditures NCDs pose? - Health financing stories from the field? Join us next week for our latest NCD Hard Talk: sign up here!
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Dr Alexey Kulikov Aug 6
Epidemic of , principally CVDs, cancer, & chronic lung diseases, are fueled by tobacco and alcohol use, unhealthy diets, physical inactivity, & rapid urbanization. Stress & depression also affect hundreds of millions of people.
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Ghana NCD Alliance Aug 6
has affected people with negatively & Ghana is no exclusion. fact sheet below 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻backs up our call for better health delivery services for people living with even beyond
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World NCD Congress 2020 12h
Exercise is good for young people and helps build future healthy habits that can reduce the risk of developing
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Ernest-SFH_GFMalariaproject Aug 6
Let’s all go there! Please the date and let’s attend the . Interesting discussion on
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NIHR RUHF Aug 5
Increasingly, is facing a significant burden of , such as hypertension and diabetes. Take a look at our latest publication, examining how primary care delivery can be strengthened in fragile contexts:
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Lucy Westerman 24h
Replying to @ncdalliance
One month from today the third Global Week for Action on begins, 7-13 September 2020! Find out more at 👉👈 & download campaign resources - including the campaign logo so you can make your own call-to-action mask 😷
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Bente Mikkelsen Aug 6
We are grateful to for their clear statement of intent: global action on with is vital for good health, sustainable development and economic growth.
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Ambuja Cement Foundation 21h
Dr. Vipul Aggarwal, Deputy CEO, shares the pattern of burden in India
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WCRF International Aug 3
📚Essential reading: Statement by the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health on the adoption of front-of-package warning labelling to tackle 👉
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JDL Nutrition and Fitness Aug 2
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Romain Dissard Aug 4
I'm joining the global movement to with . This year's Global Week for Action on will focus on ! Now is the time to ensure global commitments are turned into a reality. Find out more ➡️
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Lindsay Jaacks 20h
Results of baseline assessment cascades of care for and as compared to our previous national analysis -low levels of diagnosis and treatment ...is 90-90 target also reasonable for ? Esp in context
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