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Publications & Multimedia

Find all the NCD Alliance publications and the most recent global data on NCDs.

This section includes the latest NCD Alliance publications, such as policy briefs and analysis, progress tracking and advocacy toolkits, and our annual reports.

Publications & Multimedia

  • NCD Alliance Webinar, 20 February 2019

    NCD Alliance Webinar, 20 February 2019

    Webinars
     |  27th February 2019

    The February 2019 webinar presented updates on the special accreditation for the UN HLM on UHC and its interactive hearing in April; presented the UHC2030 civil society segment; and reported back on the 144th WHO Executive Board and the Prince Mahidol Award Conference.

  • Meeting Report: Global Dialogue on Partnerships for Sustainable Financing of NCD Prevention Control (April 2018)

    Meeting Report: Global Dialogue on Partnerships for Sustainable Financing of NCD Prevention Control (April 2018)

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
     |  31st January 2019

    In preparation for the third High-level Meeting of the UN General Assembly on NCDs in 2018 (UN HLM3), the World Health Organization and the Government of Denmark convened a Global Dialogue to include WHO Member States, development agencies, UN system organisations, and non-State actors to explore new ways to address the critical gap in financing for national NCD responses. The Conference was supported by the WHO partners.

  • NCD Alliance Webinar, 17 January 2019

    NCD Alliance Webinar, 17 January 2019

    Webinars
     |  18th January 2019

    The January 2019 webinar looked ahead through 2019, covered NCD advocacy priorities for the 144th WHO Executive Board, provided an overview of a recent report on cancer medicines, with UICC; and shared learning on stroke prevention and co-morbidities.

  • Healthcare for people not siloes for disease - Webinar

    Healthcare for people not siloes for disease - Webinar

    Webinars
     |  18th December 2018

    This webinar, Healthcare for People, Not Siloes for Diseases: Exploring Relevant Solutions to Shape a Future of Integrated Care for NCDs at country level, explored and highlighted the challenges of implementing integrated health care in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and discussed how this can be overcome.

  • Healthy Workplaces: Tackling NCDs in workplace settings in low- and middle-income countries - webinar

    Healthy Workplaces: Tackling NCDs in workplace settings in low- and middle-income countries - webinar

    Webinars
     |  18th December 2018

    This webinar, Tackling NCDs in workplace settings in low- and middle-income countries, developed in collaboration between Novartis Foundation and NCD Alliance, provided an overview of the potential for workplaces to contribute to the NCD response in low-resource settings.

  • NCD Alliance Webinar, 12 December 2018

    NCD Alliance Webinar, 12 December 2018

    Webinars
     |  14th December 2018

    This webinar reflected on 2018, IOGT International presented on recent alcohol policy developments; shared insights into the WHO Air Quality meeting and COP24, shared details about NCDA membership, and horizon scanned to 2019's WHO Executive Board and UN High Level Meeting on UHC.

  • Ensuring healthy lives for all: NCDs and UHC

    Ensuring healthy lives for all: NCDs and UHC

    Policy Briefs
     |  12th December 2018

    This policy brief is an update to the NCD Alliance’s 2014 brief UHC and NCDs: A mutually reinforcing agenda, and reflects the developments in both the NCD response and UHC agenda since the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SDGs5. It makes the case for including NCDs in national UHC benefit packages in order to fully achieve the 2030 Agenda target of healthy lives and well-being for all at all ages.

  • Briefing for UNFCCC Negotiators on Incorporating Health into the Climate Regime

    Briefing for UNFCCC Negotiators on Incorporating Health into the Climate Regime

    Policy Briefs
     |  05th December 2018

    This brief looks at the need to integrate health into climate policy – in terms of adaptation and resilience of health systems, but also co-benefit solutions which are crucial for human and planetary health. It was developed by members of health civil society including representatives from the Climate and Health Alliance (Australia), McGill University, the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, the NCD Alliance, Queensland University of Technology, the World Medical Association, the World Organization of Family Doctors and others, coordinated by the Global Climate and Health Alliance.

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