News1 July 2022
How partnerships are key to tackling the complex challenges of NCDs
With the recent World Health Assembly and the anticipation of next month’s High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, there is welcome attention on the importance of global public health. Launched this week, Sustainable Healthcare 2022, an in-depth editorial exploration of sustainable care featuring leading voices in health, continues the conversation on achieving quality, accessible and sustainable care. In his contributing article, Director of Access Accelerated, Martin Bernhardt, shares insights on cross-sector partnerships and how they are key to seeding and scaling locally-relevant and sustainable solutions to tackle the complex challenge of NCDs.
How partnerships are key to tackling the complex challenge of NCDs
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