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Multimedia

This section links to our bi-monthly webinar videos and slides, as well as other useful tools.

Find here infographics, presentations and photos published by NCD Alliance and the broader NCD community.

Multimedia

  • The Lucky Specials

    The Lucky Specials

    videos
     |  23rd March 2017

    With a unique fusion of live-action drama and state-of-the-art animation, “The Lucky Specials” reveals the unseen world of TB from the inside out.

  • Women & NCDs - A Call to Action: Beyond Reproductive Years

    Women & NCDs - A Call to Action: Beyond Reproductive Years

    infographics
    (63.04kB)  |  08th March 2017

    This pocket card explores how adults over 60 comprise the fastest growing age group today, yet health data for this demographic are rarely available. More robust data around NCDs and accessibility of essential medicines and technologies are needed to monitor global targets and national policies addressing NCDs in women of all ages, specifically among postmenopausal women. Following menopause, women are increasingly vulnerable to common NCDs – cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and mental health conditions – and are often at greater risk of disability associated with these conditions.

  • Women & NCDs - A Call to Action: Reproductive Years

    Women & NCDs - A Call to Action: Reproductive Years

    infographics
    (71.86kB)  |  08th March 2017

    This pocket card explores how together, common NCDs are the leading causes of death and disability among women of reproductive age and contribute significantly to maternal death and disability. Active screening, diagnosis, and management of common NCDs during a woman’s reproductive years are critical for her health and that of her children.

  • Women & NCDs - A Call to Action: Girls and Adolescents

    Women & NCDs - A Call to Action: Girls and Adolescents

    infographics
    (71.51kB)  |  08th March 2017

    This pocket card explores how half of all NCDs that present in adulthood – begin early in life, and many behaviours that underlie common NCDs start during adolescence. Children and adolescents living with NCDs or caring for family members with these conditions often reach lower levels of educational attainment and have poorer access to employment opportunities than those without these responsibilities. To maximise adolescents’ and girls’ opportunities, the NCD epidemic must be addressed.

  • Women & NCDs - A Call to Action: Girls Under Five years

    Women & NCDs - A Call to Action: Girls Under Five years

    infographics
    (85.35kB)  |  08th March 2017

    This pocket card explores how increased risks of developing common NCDs – begin as early as gestation. A girl’s development from the womb through early childhood provides a critical opportunity to establish a strong foundation for lifelong health.

  • Women and NCDs: A call to action

    Women and NCDs: A call to action

    infographics
    (90.71kB)  |  07th March 2017

    NCD Alliance and the Task Force on Women and NCDs are calling on governments to take urgent action to integrate NCDs into existing HIV/AIDS and maternal health programmes, ensure Universal Health Coverage, and adopt a gender and evidence-based approach to tackling NCDs across the lifecourse.

  • Women and NCDs: A call to action

    Women and NCDs: A call to action

    infographics
    (90.71kB)  |  07th March 2017

    NCD Alliance and the Task Force on Women and NCDs are calling on governments to take urgent action to integrate NCDs into existing HIV/AIDS and maternal health programmes, ensure Universal Health Coverage, and adopt a gender and evidence-based approach to tackling NCDs across the lifecourse.

  • NCD Alliance Webinar, 14 February 2017 (VIDEO)

    NCD Alliance Webinar, 14 February 2017 (VIDEO)

    webinars
     |  14th February 2017

    Agenda: (1) Progress on Global Physical Activity Policy – Fiona Bull, WHO; (2) Updates from the WHO Executive Board – Alena Matzke, NCDA; (3) 2018 UN High Level Meeting on NCDs – Priya Kanayson, NCDA; (4) Preparation for CSW and the UN HLPF – Priya Kanayson, NCDA; Moderator: Katie Dain, NCDA

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