Wednesday, July 19, 2017

The report of WHO Mapping of Indian CSOs for Prevention and Control of NCD is now available.

The report of WHO Mapping of Indian Civil Society Organisations for Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases is now available.   Key highlights include:
Resourcing and lack of coordination are the top challenges for CSO response to NCDs in the country

  1. State level CSOs are more enthusiastic about collective action
  2. CSOs outside the health sector have interest, experience and potential to contribute to the NCD response
  3. Capacity building is the priority for younger CSOs, while those with more years of experience prefer advocacy for policy change.
  4. The report also lends insights into the specific sub streams in the CSO movement (by NCDs, risk factors and related issues) that you may find relevant to your respective areas of work. 
Healthy India Alliance ,(Nada India is governing board member ) helped to disseminate survey and gather response. 

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