Global Accelerated Action for the Health of Adolescents (2017)

This guide assists governments in what to do – as well as how to do it – as they respond to the health needs of adolescents in their countries.

Global Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases (2013-2020)

Global action plan for the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases for the period 2013–2020, building on what has already been achieved through the implementation of the 2008–2013 action plan.

The Oakland Statement: Putting NCDs, Children and Adolescents on the Broader Global Health and Development Agenda

A statement issued by organizations attending the Oakland Conference on NCDs in Children and Adolescents in 2012 which synthesizes the key challenges, concerns and constraints faced by children and adolescents living with NCDs.

Sharjah Declaration on NCDs

A 2015 commitment from more than 200 civil society organizations from 40 nations pledging to increase action and accountability in reducing and preventing NCD’s.

WHO: Global status report on noncommunicable diseases 2014

This global status report on prevention and control of NCDs (2014) is framed around the nine voluntary global targets.

NCD Alliance CFWG: A Focus on Children & NCDs (2011)

Recommendations for UN Member States to guarantee that the ‘best interests of the child’ is a primary consideration in policy formulation related to NCDs.

Summary of Recommendations (2011)

Remembering our Future at the UN Summit on NCDs in September 2011

Curbing the Noncommunicable Disease Epidemic in the Middle East and North Africa

This package of publications, supported by the AstraZeneca Young Health Programme (YHP), includes a policy report and data sheet that highlight the importance of taking action now to address NCD risk factors among young people in the Middle East and North Africa.

Middle East & North Africa Cervical Cancer Crisis Card

Resource via the MENA Coalition Against HPV to raise awareness on need for cervical cancer prevention, screening, and treatment in the Middle East and North Africa.