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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

  • Tackling noncommunicable diseases in workplace settings in LMICs

    Tackling noncommunicable diseases in workplace settings in LMICs

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
     |  11th December 2017

    This report provides an overview of the current realities of NCDs and progress made to date in workplace health, particularly in LMICs. It sets out the challenges and opportunities to increase implementation in LMICs, offering recommendations for key stakeholders to create an environment within which workplace health can thrive, and a framework for action for employers.

  • Practical guide on how to build NCD alliances is available in Russian

    Practical guide on how to build NCD alliances is available in Russian

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
     |  03rd April 2017

    This interactive guide is designed to support new NCD alliances through their establishment phase by outlining the steps involved and offering practical tools. The NCD Alliance has drawn upon the experiences of coalition building for health and non-health goals, it also aims to identify concrete ways that alliances can enhance their impact and efficiency.

  • The Pros and Cons of Taxing Sweetened Beverages Based on Sugar Content

    The Pros and Cons of Taxing Sweetened Beverages Based on Sugar Content

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
     |  12th December 2016

    This report analyses the potential policy benefits of taxing sugar content; documents how content-based taxes have been used to discourage consumption of sugar, alcohol, and tobacco; and examines the legal and practical challenges of implementing such taxes.

  • NCD sessions at 2016 World Cancer Congress

    NCD sessions at 2016 World Cancer Congress

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
    (716.07kB)  |  06th October 2016

    The next sessions of the NCD Café will be held at the World Cancer Congress, taking place in Paris from 31 October - 03 November. The programme features seven interactive sessions.

  • NCD Café Programme - Vancouver, December 2015

    NCD Café Programme - Vancouver, December 2015

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
    (389.08kB)  |  01st December 2015

    In the spirit of multisectoral partnership, the NCD Café is a series of interactive sessions organised by supporters of the NCD Alliance. The NCD Café provides the opportunity to discuss current global health and NCD topics in an open and engaging environment.

  •  Sustainable Financing: The Achilles heel of the non-communicable disease response

    Sustainable Financing: The Achilles heel of the non-communicable disease response

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
     |  29th October 2015

    How can we turn political mandates to combat the global burden of NCDs into actions that will ensure resources are available to comprehensively do so? NCD Alliance Executive Director, Katie Dain, makes several suggestions to achieve sustainable NCD financing in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology this month.

  • A Civil Society Report on National NCD Commissions in the Caribbean

    A Civil Society Report on National NCD Commissions in the Caribbean

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
    (1.37MB)  |  20th September 2015
  • Case study: Advocating for Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxation in Mexico

    Case study: Advocating for Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxation in Mexico

    Analysis, Commentary & Opinion
    (10.44MB)  |  18th June 2015

    As one of the first countries to pass a tax on SSBs, Mexico’s experience provides key lessons for advocates interested in pursuing policy change in cities, states, and countries around the world. A case study was conducted to explore the strategies of SSB tax proponents and opponents leading up to the passage of the 2013 tax in Mexico.

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