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Browse through a selection of resources developed by us, our partners, WHO/UN, and youth advocates. If you are interested in promoting a resource, please email the Secretariat for consideration.

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Children & Non-Communicable Disease: Global Burden Report 2019

Children & Non-Communicable Disease: Global Burden Report 2019

The Children & Non-Communicable Disease: Global Burden Report 2019 from NCD Child is the first publication summarizing the current prevalence, disability, and mortality of NCDs in children, adolescents, and young people using data from the World Health Organization, Global Burden of Disease (Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation), and other sources.

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Text of everything you need to know about NCD financing

NCDs & Financing Toolkit

The global economic toll of NCDs is staggering – ensuring increased and sustained investments in NCD prevention and control is paramount. NCD financing, like most global funding mechanisms, is a complex, intricate web of stakeholders, global and national budgets, and resource allocation. This toolkit is a guide to help young advocates and other key stakeholders better understand what NCD financing entails so they can speak more confidently and credibly about its importance.

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NCDs & Social Media: A Primer Joining the Online Discussion

Twitter is an excellent way to get your voice heard. The NCD online conversation has grown tremendously in the last several years with engagement from the Director General of WHO to nurses in rural settings in Africa. To encourage young people to participate in the online dialogue, this basic primer on key accounts, hashtags, and general tips was created.

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Cancer Equity Policy Brief

A child’s ability to survive cancer in low-resource settings is a matter of competing priorities, access, and availability of treatment, which could be addressed through a national pediatric cancer strategy. To date, most countries lack this type of strategy, which prevents them from scaling up appropriate treatment interventions.

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George and two other attendees at the NCD Child Forum

Letter to Government Officials

This letter is developed to be sent from young people to government officials and making our key asks – proposing intergenerational collaboration for NCD policies as well as include a young person in their official country delegation to the UN High Level Meeting on NCDs. We suggest that the letter be sent much in advance of the High Level Meeting, since being included in the preparatory work for the meeting could offer great opportunities to learn and influence.

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Children & Non-Communicable Disease: Global Burden Report 2019

Children & Non-Communicable Disease: Global Burden Report 2019

The Children & Non-Communicable Disease: Global Burden Report 2019 from NCD Child is the first publication summarizing the current prevalence, disability, and mortality of NCDs in children, adolescents, and young people using data from the World Health Organization, Global Burden of Disease (Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation), and other sources.

Read More »
Text of everything you need to know about NCD financing

NCDs & Financing Toolkit

The global economic toll of NCDs is staggering – ensuring increased and sustained investments in NCD prevention and control is paramount. NCD financing, like most global funding mechanisms, is a complex, intricate web of stakeholders, global and national budgets, and resource allocation. This toolkit is a guide to help young advocates and other key stakeholders better understand what NCD financing entails so they can speak more confidently and credibly about its importance.

Read More »

NCDs & Social Media: A Primer Joining the Online Discussion

Twitter is an excellent way to get your voice heard. The NCD online conversation has grown tremendously in the last several years with engagement from the Director General of WHO to nurses in rural settings in Africa. To encourage young people to participate in the online dialogue, this basic primer on key accounts, hashtags, and general tips was created.

Read More »

Cancer Equity Policy Brief

A child’s ability to survive cancer in low-resource settings is a matter of competing priorities, access, and availability of treatment, which could be addressed through a national pediatric cancer strategy. To date, most countries lack this type of strategy, which prevents them from scaling up appropriate treatment interventions.

Read More »
George and two other attendees at the NCD Child Forum

Letter to Government Officials

This letter is developed to be sent from young people to government officials and making our key asks – proposing intergenerational collaboration for NCD policies as well as include a young person in their official country delegation to the UN High Level Meeting on NCDs. We suggest that the letter be sent much in advance of the High Level Meeting, since being included in the preparatory work for the meeting could offer great opportunities to learn and influence.

Read More »