High-Level Panel Discussion
“From Words to Action for Better Noncommunicable Disease Outcomes”
World Health Summit 16 October 2022 View the event and highlights here.
Media Release: The Defeat-NCD Partnership and The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in India collaborate to reduce premature mortality from non-communicable diseases (NCDs) Read full media release
Precision Lung Cancer Awareness Meet See full event video
Media Release: “Global Health Leaders Call for Redirection of Budgets to Build Resilient Health Systems with Strong Non-Communicable Diseases Service Delivery” – High-Level Panel Discussion on Addressing Non-Communicable Diseases During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Read full media release.
National Strategy and Costed Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases in Rwanda.
Read the full Strategy and Costed Action Plan here.
Call for Proposals: Implementation Research to Scale-up National NCD Responses for Achieving SDG 3.4 – Incentive Grants for Young Researchers from Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Read the full information here.
Examining the Intersection Between NCDs and COVID-19: Lessons and Opportunities from Emerging Data. Read the report here.
Joint statement: Saving Lives with the HPV Vaccine Read the full Op-ed.
Implications of non-communicable diseases care policies on COVID-19 disease management. Read the full research paper.
On 26 October 2020, The Defeat-NCD Partnership hosted a high-level session at the World Health Summit. The session brought together global experts from governments, multilateral institutions, development banks, humanitarian organisations, academia, philanthropic foundations and private companies. Watch the video above to see presentations by health ministers from Myanmar and Rwanda detailing national strategies and costed action plans to reduce deaths from non-communicable diseases.
The Defeat-NCD Partnership helps low-resource countries to tackle today’s most significant global health challenge: premature death, sickness, disability, and the associated social and economic impacts from non-communicable diseases.