NCD Child is pleased to announce a call for nominations to its Governing Council for youth (aged 18-30 years) and adult (over age 30) advocates and professionals.  The Governing Council serves as the organization’s governing body, charged with estab ...

In an effort to support the youth NCD community during COVID-19 we have launched the #YouthCOVIDChat campaign on Twitter. This campaign will provide a platform for young people living with or at risk of NCDs to share their stories and experiences du ...

NCD Child is pleased to welcome the Centre for Global Child Health at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) as our new Secretariat. SickKids is a world-renowned paediatric institution and is Canada’s leading centre dedicated to improving children ...

The youth advocates behind the Chronicles podcast have released their second episode - Beyond the Diagnosis. Subscribe today.

New report from NCD Child examines the global prevalence, disability, and mortality of NCDs in children, adolescents, and young people.

One country and one strategy at a time, the region has pushed back against sugary beverages and ultra-processed foods in an effort to escape the obesity epidemic that has overtaken the United States. Infectious diseases are still the leading causes of death in developing countries, but as economies grow, Western lifestyle factors such as smoking, high-fat diet, obesity and lack of exercise are emerging public health problems.

We never know what opportunities await us. In 2014, I took part in a Model United Nations, a sort of educational simulation of the workings of the World Health Organization (WHO) in my home country, Indonesia. In 2016, I wrote a thesis on global health, mentioning the World Health Assembly (WHA). Three years later, to my amazement, I was attending the real WHA.

As the 2nd Global Week for Action from 2-8 September 2019 gets closer, the NCD Alliance invites you to start sharing your plans for the week through enoughncds.com. Join in!

WHO has updated its global guidance on medicines and diagnostic tests to address health challenges, prioritize highly effective therapeutics, and improve affordable access with new essential medicines and diagnostics lists.

Almost five years since the UN adopted Sustainable Development Goals for the target date of 2030, UNESCO projections show that the countries of the world will fail to meet the educational commitments of that agenda, Sustainable Development Goal 4, unless there is serious progress over the coming decade.