Report23 November 2020
Our Partners: NCD Alliance Fact Sheet
Access Accelerated and the NCD Alliance (NCDA) began working together in 2018. Together our organizations are supporting people living with NCDs (PLWNCDs) to drive effective and sustainable change that ensures NCD policies and programs reflect peoples’ lived experiences. In partnership with NCDA we work to:
- Advance a people-centered approach to NCD prevention, treatment and care
- Champion local advocacy and mobilization
- Support national NCD alliances
Over the next three years, our partnership aims to have a strong and sustainable NCD civil society in shared priority countries, engaging PLWNCDs and successfully coordinating advocacy to build the demand for more effective health systems and treatment. We will also facilitate the meaningful involvement of PLWNCDs in the NCD response, at national, regional and global levels, with the necessary skills and knowledge and opportunities/platforms for involvement. In addition, we will position NCDs and access to people-centered treatment, care and support as a top priority in the global and national health and sustainable development agendas, including Universal Health Coverage (UHC).
Learn more about our work with the NCD Alliance.
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