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  • Calles más seguras en Estados Unidos

    21st February 2019

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  • Making streets safer across the United States

    11th February 2019

    As part of their mission to be a relentless force for a world of longer healthier lives, the American Heart Association supports cities and states in the U.S. making policy changes for healthier communities, like through Voices for Healthy Kids, focusing on childhood health and works to create safe active environments where walking and cycling are part of everyday life and culture

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  • Sectoral Brief: Education

    22nd September 2016

    This series of sectoral briefs by the UNDP lays out 'What Government Ministries Need to Know about Non-communicable Diseases'.

  • NCDA and WCRFI welcome new WHO report on ending childhood obesity

    26th January 2016

    Joint statement in support of new child nutrition report released by WHO on ending childhood obesity: Final Report of the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity (ECHO)

  • Children and Youth

    22nd January 2016

    Numerous international and national laws, policies of governments and statements of international institutions and organisations of international civil society recognise the rights of children to adequate health care. Nonetheless, when it comes to addressing NCDs, children are too frequently left off (or insufficiently acknowledged in) the policy agenda. The NCD Alliance seeks to address this inequity and to recommend a framework for improvement.

  • Thought leaders discuss a shared agenda for NCDs and women's, children's and adolescents health

    24th May 2015

    The NCD Alliance and The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH) hosted on 20 May an early morning roundtable discussion with more than 20 delegates ahead of the start of day three of the 68th World Health Assembly.

  • NCDs & Sustainable Human Development

    2nd April 2015

    NCDs (non communicable diseases) are the #1 cause of death and disability worldwide, and impose years of disability on those affected and their families. NCDs are a significant threat to achieving internationally agreed development goals.

  • International Childhood Cancer Day

    11th February 2015

    The global campaign for better access to care for children and adolescents with cancer will be launch on 15 February. The day promotes increased appreciation and deeper understanding of issues and challenges impacting childhood cancer and the survivors.