77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA 77)

The 77th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA77) will take place at the UN headquaters in New York, USA from 19 to 27 September 2022.

The General Assembly is the main policymaking and representative organ of the United Nations. It is composed of representatives of all members states of the UN, which meet in sessions dedicated to disucssions on current issues of crical importance to the international community.

NCDA have compiled a list of pre- and side-events below. We are also co-hosting two events - more details below.

UNGA 77 Calendar of Events

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NCDs and Universal Health Coverage: Progress, impact and lessons learnt globally and in low- and middle-income

When: September 20, 2022

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Viatris event on universal health coverage and chronic diseases

In 2023, world’s leaders will meet at the next UN High-Level Meeting on UHC to review progress made to date and make new commitments.

In preparation, join high-level government representatives and experts at this side event on the side-lines of 77thUN General Assembly to discuss the latest data and trends in integration of NCDs into UHC around the world including the current barriers to sustainable, transformative, and protective impact.

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Unlocking the potential for collective impact: Finding the hidden benefits of partnering for noncommunicable diseases

When: 22 September, 2022

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There has been a universal call for greater collective action in pursuit of the UN SDGs. Yet, how do we know if our collective efforts are leading to collective impact? What metrics should be used? How do we demonstrate results? Can we clearly link cause and effect?

In partnership with RTI International, Access Accelerated, City Cancer Challenge, NCD Alliance, PATH, World Bank and the World Heart Federation, this special UNGA side event will explore models of measuring collective impact and share experiences and insights from six years of collective action tackling NCDs.

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