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Civil Society Resource Library

  • The NCD Alliance's Membership Principles

    The NCD Alliance's Membership Principles

    Advocacy Materials
     |  14th July 2018

    NCDA's mission is to unite and strengthen our civil society network to stimulate collaborative action for the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) through advocacy, accountability, capacity development and knowledge exchange.

  • Campaign Fuel

    Campaign Fuel

    Tools & Guidance
     |  27th June 2018

    This guide has been developed to help members of the NCD civil society community, such as NCD alliances, members and people living with NCDs, join the campaign to demand meaningful change in the lead up to the 2018 United Nations High-Level Meeting on NCDs.

  • Social Media Basics

    Social Media Basics

    Tools & Guidance
     |  27th June 2018

    This guide has been developed to help members of the NCD civil society community begin their social media journey. It shares how strategic use of social media can generate large-scale meaningful change, and should be a crucial tool in the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) worldwide.

  • NCD Alliance Annual Report 2017

    NCD Alliance Annual Report 2017

    Advocacy Materials
     |  18th May 2018

    The annual report provides a snapshot of the activities and achievements of NCDA and our extensive constituency. It also includes a summary of financial statements. The report serves as a testament and heartfelt thank you to our community as we move ever closer towards meeting our common goal: to reduce the NCD burden for people everywhere.

  • Saving lives, spending less: a strategic response to noncommunicable diseases

    Saving lives, spending less: a strategic response to noncommunicable diseases

    NCD Background Information
     |  16th May 2018

    Saving lives, spending less: a strategic response to noncommunicable diseases reveals, for the first time, the financing needs and returns on investment of the WHO cost-effective and feasible “Best Buy” policies to protect people from noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), the world’s leading causes of ill health and death.

  • Noncommunicable Diseases: We have had enough

    Noncommunicable Diseases: We have had enough

    Videos
     |  29th March 2018

    Deaths caused by noncommunicable diseases bring suffering and heartache to millions of people worldwide – those who live with the diseases, as well as their families and friends. 70% of all deaths worldwide result from NCDs, but this should not be the case as many of these deaths are preventable. We are calling on governments to move beyond rhetoric and to commit to and deliver much more assertive action, now. Because we have had enough. Have you? #EnoughNCDs

  • The East Africa NCD Charter

    The East Africa NCD Charter

    National & Regional Action
     |  22nd March 2018

    The EANCDA promotes regional cooperation between the NCD Alliances of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zanzibar to provide a coordinated platform for addressing NCDs at sub-national, national and sub-regional levels.

  • Mapping of NCD Civil Society Organisations in the WHO European Region

    Mapping of NCD Civil Society Organisations in the WHO European Region

    Tools & Guidance
     |  21st March 2018

    A vibrant civil society is an important contributor towards progress on NCD prevention and control. A mapping of civil society organisations (CSOs) working on NCDs in the WHO European Region was performed to offer a broad portrait of the state of civil society action on NCDs and inform efforts to strengthen civil society’s contributions. The mapping analysed data collected via an online survey of CSOs in addition to a series of in-depth interviews with civil society informants.