Our focus area
What good can our accumulated knowledge and experience do if we keep it under lock and key? By documenting our work and sharing the lessons we’ve learned from our projects, we are creating an important body of evidence and insights that can then support countries and organizations in implementing more sustainable and connected NCD solutions.
Governments and organizations around the world struggle with significant gaps in evidence and data, which results in less investment and an impeded NCD response. That’s why effective knowledge sharing is critical to addressing NCDs. It enables us to disseminate best practices and guidelines, inform decision-making and program design, and ultimately reduce the many inequities faced by people living with NCDs in LMICs.
"Knowledge sharing in the fight against NCDs is not merely a strategy; it's a responsibility. By cultivating a culture of continuous learning, we unlock doors to improvement, innovation, and progress. Together, we can rise above challenges, fostering understanding that leads to better care, deeper insights, and a pathway to a healthier future for all."
Sharing knowledge for continuous improvement
Our work in action
Access Accelerated has made a strong commitment to independent, robust metrics and evaluation, and we support our partners as they implement rigorous measurement and transparency. We facilitate the sharing of information and key learnings from our projects in many ways, including regular events and discussions that allow us to share knowledge within and outside the NCD community, working with measurement partner RTI International to develop a measurement and evaluation framework, and launching past platforms like Access Observatory and the Access Accelerated Open Platform.
Download the six-year report
Key Lessons in ADVANCING ACCESS TO NCD CARE: COLLABORATION, CONNECTIVITY, COMMUNITY
This milestone report offers valuable insights gained from six years of collective efforts, acting as both a retrospective analysis and a roadmap for future initiatives to speed up advancement toward NCD targets and global objectives
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Dialogues and Discussions
Access Accelerated hosts a series of events convening leaders, experts, and stakeholders from the health and NCD sectors. These events are designed to foster meaningful exchange that leads to more innovative, effective, and sustainable NCD care solutions.
NCD Resource Library
The NCD Resource Library by Access Accelerated contains an extensive selection of key publications and articles relevant to our work. These valuable resources, ranging from detailed reports and academic research to global and local NCD policies and strategies, are available to everyone.
Podcast: Accelerating Health
A two-season podcast brought to you by Access Accelerated and produced by BBC StoryWorks, Accelerating Health takes a deep dive into the projects, policies, and investments that are supporting and building back resilient health systems.
Visit the Observatory
Designed and managed by a team based in the Department of Global Health at the Boston University School of Public Health from 2018 to 2021, the Access Observatory was a first-of-its-kind global platform for measurement and reporting on access programs.
The Access Accelerated Open Platform is an archival resource that shares valuable learnings and knowledge on NCD access programs, with data and information captured from 2018 to 2021.
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