To ensure a continuum of care for NCD prevention, treatment, rehabilitative and palliative services are accessible, available and acceptable

A successful prevention and control of the epidemic of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) cannot be achieved by the health sector alone: a wide range of organisations from multiple sectors and across government must also be involved.

A two-pronged approach is essential to growing awareness and advocacy for NCDs prevention and control at both the governmental and community levels, and this requires a new, inclusive approach to advocacy and to coordinating, convening and catalysing action across civil society, best achieved by a broad-based network for ensuring it’s prioritization alongside other diseases with significant initiatives in partnership with the government of Kenya and other stakeholders, as guided by the Kenya National Strategy for the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases(2015 – 2020) of the Ministry of Health, and other relevant frameworks(national, regional and global). The United Nations (UN) recognises that the prevention and control of NCDs cannot be achieved without taking a ‘whole-of-society approach.

While the term ‘NCDs’ covers a wide range of conditions, many share common drivers and solutions: uniting around a common agenda strengthens the case for action on all NCDs.







Disability Considerations during the COVID-19 outbreak_ WHO

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In March 2020 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the outbreak of a novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, to be a pandemic, due to the speed and scale of transmission. WHO…

Statement On The Covid-19 Pandemic: Meeting The Needs Of Persons Living With Noncommunicable Diseases

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COVID-19 does not discriminate and will exacerbate inequalities within societies, with vulnerable groups like Persons living with NCDs likely to suffer the most. NCDAK, People living with NCDs and their…

COVID 19: ABCs of Self Quarantine

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KENYA HEALTH PROFESSIONS OVERSIGHT AUTHORITY (Transforming Health Professions for Quality and Ethical Health Care) ABCs OF SELF-QUARANTINE As the novel coronavirus outbreak continues to intensify worldwide and in Kenya, the…

NCD ICC Dissemination Nairobi County July 23, 2019

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NCD Alliance of Kenya (NCDAK) in partnership with the Non-Communicable Diseases Division Ministry of Health, Kenya held an NCD Stakeholders’ meeting on 28th February to 1st March 2019 at Panorama…