José Luis Castro, President of the NCD Alliance, speaks to partners in a reception held in Geneva on 20 May 2018. © Gilberto Lontro / NCD Alliance

NCD Alliance Partners

Leveraging multisectoral action and inclusive partnerships is at the core of how the NCD Alliance (NCDA) operates and delivers results in the global fight against NCDs.

NCDA works in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders including companies, foundations, governments, development agencies, academia and NGOs to further its ability to support the NCD community and drive success on a global scale.

Given the magnitude of the NCD burden and the urgency to deliver on global commitments, forming diverse partnerships with organisations that have the specialist knowledge and influence to elicit change is imperative. Governments and development agencies, relevant private sector, foundations and NGOs all have distinctive competencies and roles to play to amplify the impact of NCD advocacy in a collaborative response.

Forging inclusive partnerships with organisations committed to fight NCDs is at the heart of NCDA’s strategy to deliver on its mission. At the heart of its approach lies the principle of co-creation that places trust first and foremost in its relationships and open dialogue with all stakeholders. Since its founding, NCDA has been a leading voice calling for a whole-of-society approach to NCDs and a long-standing champion of appropriate public-private partnerships. 

When exploring engagement across sectors, NCDA is guided by firm principles and processes that guard against conflict of interest and protect the independence and integrity of our work. NCDA does not partner with the tobacco, alcohol or arms industries, or organisations with policies, objectives, principles, vision, mission or goals that include or relate to increase in the production, supply, availability, promotion and demand of tobacco, alcohol or arms.

NCDA Partners

NCDA partners with forward-thinking companies, foundations, governments, development agencies, academia and NGOs that have an international focus on NCDs and share a common interest in improving the lives of people living with NCDs globally.

By partnering with NCDA, organisations have the opportunity to develop a tailored work plan with NCDA that includes specific deliverables. They also gain access to exclusive benefits through the NCDA Supporters Group.

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NCDA Supporters Group

NCDA is committed to a participatory and inclusive approach whereby our partners can use their unique and complementary assets, influence and resources for greater impact.

By becoming an NCDA partner, organisations join the NCDA Supporters Group, which provides a platform for engagement and coordination on global NCD issues and implementation strategies. NCDA partners access a range of exclusive benefits, including high-level opportunities for engagement with global NCD leaders, multilateral organisations, governments, media, experts and other strategic players in the NCD environment, along with NCDA’s unique network of national and regional alliances and groups of people living with NCDs (PLWNCDs).

Some benefits of the NCDA Supporters Group at a glance:

  • Thought leadership sessions with global leaders
  • Involvement in flagship initiatives such as NCD Cafés and Dialogues at major global conferences
  • Dialogue with NCDA’s senior leadership and experts
  • Workshops on country implementation with national advocates and PLWNCDs
  • Participation in the Global NCD Alliance Forum
  • Quarterly Partners Report


If you are interested in becoming an NCDA partner, please contact our Partnerships team at [email protected]