The Transformative New Agenda for NCDs (TNA-NCDs)
The Transformative New Agenda for NCDs (TNA-NCDs) in the Caribbean during and post COVID-19 – recognises that to achieve different and better results, interventions must be different and better – it provides a framework that all stakeholders can buy into and use to develop people-centred plans, programmes, and interventions to reduce NCDs in the region, enhance human security and human capital, advance equity and the progressive realisation of human rights, foster sustainable national and regional development, and accelerate equitable progress to the SDGs.
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Transformative New NCD Agenda HCC Action Plan 2021-2022
The Healthy Caribbean Coalition (HCC) Action Plan 2021-2022 represents the HCC’s contribution to implementation of the Transformative New Agenda for the Prevention and Control of Non-communicable Diseases (TNA-NCDs) in the Caribbean during, and in the aftermath of, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
The HCC developed the TNA-NCDs as a call to action for innovative, bold approaches to NCD reduction in the Caribbean region to address the inequities, health system gaps, and implementation deficits laid bare by COVID-19. The TNANCDs embraces new approaches to accelerate NCD reduction in the Caribbean, based on principles of equity and human rights, and enhancement of the region’s human security and human capital. It provides impetus for social activism that puts persons living with NCDs (PLWNCDs) at the heart of a new framework to which governments, civil society, the health-supporting private sector, and development agencies can contribute, collaborating to step up reduction of the region’s crushing burden of NCDs.
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