Videos from the community acting on NCDs.
With conflicting interests, the activities of some in unhealthy commodity industries undermine governments' efforts to implement policies which prevent NCDs and protect health.
NCDs do not discriminate – they can affect anyone, anywhere – and account for 70% of all deaths globally. No measure of technical knowledge can replace the insight of the lived experience.
Every voice matters, every action makes a difference. The power of the Global Week for Action comes through collaboration across countries and sectors towards a common goal: reducing preventable death and illness and increasing health and equity around the world.
As a two-time survivor of breast cancer, Zoleka Mandela is dedicated to making sure the most vulnerable people living with NCDs have their voices heard.
This mini-film highlights the crucial role of accountability in making good health policies and achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 3.4 on noncommunicable diseases.
Walk the Talk, an event held in Geneva by the WHO, to promote physical activity. A call for urgent action to prevent and control noncommunicable diseases.
Have you had ENOUGH? A call to arms empowering people living with NCDs.