News20 December 2022
2022: A year to remember
A lot happened this year: it was a year of important learnings and deeper collaborations.
We want to take this moment to thank you, our partners and our community, for making it one to remember. Here are just a few highlights from the past 12 months.
See you in 2023 for an exciting year ahead.
We explored the potential for collective impact
On the sidelines of this year’s UN General Assembly, we sparked conversations on how and why measurement can inform partnerships and drive collective action.
Watch the highlights
We measured the intangible
The first Measurement Framework Report captured the collective action and results of Access Accelerated partner projects.
Dive into the report
We learned critical lessons on community engagement
“What we are learning is that integrating mental health services within the community helps to normalize the seeking of care and ultimately improves compassion for those who need that care.”
Dr Amparo Elena Gordillo-Tobar, World Bank
We embarked on a journey of the pill
Released in August, PATH ‘s The Journey of the Pill report offered crucial insight into the strengths and weaknesses of Vietnam’s NCD supply chain.
Read the report
We worked alongside countries to ensure project sustainability
Engaging national stakeholders is key to ensure projects are embedded in national health systems to achieve enduring outcomes.
We went live to learn from leaders on Universal Health Coverage to advance NCDs
Ahead of next year’s UN High Level Meeting on UHC, we brought together experts and advocates in Tokyo this past December for a timely dialogue on achieving health for all through a strengthened NCD response.
Rewatch the live broadcast
We celebrated the voices of the NCD community
This year, the NCD Alliance celebrated five years of empowering people living with NCDs to shape health policy through the Our Views, Our Voices initiative.
Find out how we’re taking a people centred approach
We took aim at reducing diabetes
With the announcement of the new WHO targets for diabetes in May, we took a look at what it means for countries, their importance and the role of industry in helping to achieve them.
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