Who We Are

NCD Child is a global alliance of organizations focused on non-communicable diseases in children and adolescents. The main goals of NCD Child are to advocate for inclusion of children, adolescents, and youth in the global NCD agenda; to promote both treatment and prevention for addressing the NCD burden; and to support inclusion of youth and family voices in the global and country planning for NCDs.

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News & Events

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Policy Brief: Sustaining Human Development - Leveraging Early Life Opportunities for NCDs

 

A new Policy Brief: Sustaining Human Development - Leveraging Early Life Opportunities for NCDs, by NCD Alliance, DOHaD, PMNCH, and NCD Child, is now available for download.

 

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NCDChild Connect | June Newsletter

 

The NCDChild Connect June Newsletter is now available! This month's newsletter features reflections from a volunteer at NCD Child’s WHA side event, “Country Collaborations for NCDs – Bringing Together CSOs, Youth, and Government."


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Country Collaborations for the Prevention & Management of NCDs in Young People

NCD Child is excited to launch the first report from its multi-year NCD advocacy workshop series, Country Collaborations for the Prevention & Management of NCDs in Young People: 2016 Mid-Year Summary.  

 

 

 

Resources

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NCD Child 2016 Fact Sheet

The updated NCD Child 2016 Fact Sheet features updated information and statistics pertaining to NCD's in Children, Adolescents, and Young People.



 

 

 

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Country Collaborations for the Prevention & Management of NCDs in Young People

NCD Child is excited to launch the first report from its multi-year NCD advocacy workshop series, Country Collaborations for the Prevention & Management of NCDs in Young People: 2016 Mid-Year Summary. 

 

 

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Call to Action on NCDs, Child Survival, and Child Health

This policy brief provides the rationale for investing in the early years of life for NCD prevention and treatment, offers strategic opportunities for interventions and impact, and outlines recommendations for the post-2015 era.