What Works & What Doesn’t To Meaningfully Engage The Youth Living with NCD Community

By: Anita Bulindi, Dr. Apoorva Gomber, Dr. Shakira Choonara, Alex Kwok, Joab Wako

This year forthe Global Week for Action on NCDs, NCD Child Young Leaders are speaking up to share what it means to meaningfully engage young people when it comes to tackling non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and achieving health for all. Read the blog now.

The theme of “Engaging communities: People. Participation. Progress” celebrates the power and potential of communities to act together on NCDs and drive change and acknowledge that everyone in society, including young people, play a crucial role in accelerating progress on health.

About the Global Week for Action on NCDS

The Global Week for Action on NCDs is a movement that aims to unite the NCD movement each year under a specific theme, concentrating on combined efforts with the aim of reducing NCD burden globally by reducing preventable deaths and illness and increasing health and equity around the world.

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