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Stay up to date on the latest Access Accelerated news, resources and events, and read about our efforts to implement scalable and sustainable NCD solutions in low- and middle-income countries.

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News29 September 2020

Heart Health in the Time of COVID: A Conversation with Servier

For World Heart Day, our member company Servier shares insights on what it will take to ensure more people around the world can live a heart-healthy life.

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News24 August 2020

Building Back Better Supply Chains: A conversation with Bayer

We connected with Dr. Claus Runge from member company, Bayer, to learn more about how to navigate supply chain management during COVID-19.

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News18 June 2020

Director's Note: Leveraging resources, strengthening investments

Systemic barriers, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, continue to have a significant impact on care access, prevention and treatment. Why does this disparity still exist?

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Access Accelerated publishes Year 3 report

In our first three years, Access Accelerated made tremendous progress. We informed local and global health policies, accelerated investment in health systems and advanced strong partnerships across the public and private sectors. Year 3 marked an important point in our journey, as we positioned our partners to scale solutions in supply chain, digital health and primary care. From advocating for the meaningful involvement of people living with NCDs to working with country government partners to support policy and decision-making, we listened intently and worked collaboratively to foster sustainable solutions.

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Cancer

Report6 March 2020

Economic and Social Consequences of Cancer in Kenya

Understanding the patient journey is a qualitative study to shed light on the patient journey. Through several case studies, we gain a better understanding of the experiences of cancer patients…

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News3 April 2019

In the News: “Redefining UHC – the Opportunity for NCDs”

The Kenya Ministry of Health, NCD Alliance Kenya and Access Accelerated hosted the non-communicable diseases (NCDs) stakeholder meeting, “Redefining UHC – the Opportunity for NCDs,” in Naivasha, Kenya on 28…

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News23 January 2019

Paraguay: Public Private Partnership fosters new cancer policy to save lives

  Cancer mortality rates in children show unacceptable inequalities between high and low- and middle-income countries. In the latter, late diagnosis, inadequate access to healthcare facilities, and treatment abandonment are…

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Ghana

Video16 February 2020

Turning the Tide: BBC documentary showcases Access Accelerated's NCD strategy in action

The global burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) disproportionately affects low- and middle-income countries, where 86% of premature NCD deaths occur. Only by working together – across sectors – can we…

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Video14 February 2020

Driving NCD Advocacy in Ghana

UN Sustainable Development Goal 3.4 is not only a commitment to NCD prevention and treatment, but also in support of mental health and well-being. In Ghana, Martha Coffie is leading…

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Report1 January 2020

Access Accelerated in Ghana: Fact Sheet

Access Accelerated is working with our partners to amplify the voices of people living with NCDs in Ghana, advance data-driven decisions to inform health policy and improve the delivery of…

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Kenya

News29 June 2020

Allies in a battle against NCDs in Kenya

Through pilot projects, analytical work and knowledge sharing, the World Bank and Access Accelerated are collaborating on programs to tackle the burden of NCDs.   In Kenya, the World Bank…

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Report6 March 2020

Economic and Social Consequences of Cancer in Kenya

Understanding the patient journey is a qualitative study to shed light on the patient journey. Through several case studies, we gain a better understanding of the experiences of cancer patients…

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News3 April 2019

Momentum in Kenya: Increasing access to NCD care in the context of UHC

  Access Accelerated returned to Kenya from 28 February to 1 March for the non-communicable diseases (NCDs) stakeholder meeting, “Redefining UHC – the Opportunity for NCDs,” co-hosted with the Ministry…

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Vietnam

Video16 February 2020

Turning the Tide: BBC documentary showcases Access Accelerated's NCD strategy in action

The global burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) disproportionately affects low- and middle-income countries, where 86% of premature NCD deaths occur. Only by working together – across sectors – can we…

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Video14 February 2020

Cultivating Community Participation in Vietnam

Access Accelerated, PATH and Vietnam’s Ministry of Health are scaling a successful hypertension prevention and management program, originally started by the Novartis Foundation in Ho Chi Minh City in 2016,…

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Report1 January 2020

Access Accelerated in Vietnam: Fact Sheet

Access Accelerated is concentrating its work in Vietnam to support the integration of NCD services and screening into primary healthcare. We are working with partners to scale pilot programs nationally…

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