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Western Pacific Niue Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases 13 March 2018 News release Suva, Fiji Globally communities are struggling to cope with the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancers. In another step forward in combatting this epidemic, WHO has established an Independent Global High-level Commission on Noncommunicable Diseases, where the Tongan Minister of Health and Public Enterprises, Dr Saia Ma’u Piukala, has been appointed as one of the commissioners who will help raise awareness of the issues and experiences of NCDs in the Pacific. (...) This is why we have developed and are implementing a National Strategy for combatting NCDs , which localises global guidelines and sets forth realistic, achievable actions for our entire community. (...) As a Commissioner, I look forward to being part of the global discussion to come up with practical solutions that can be applied in the Pacific”. Combatting NCDs, and promoting mental health and wellbeing, are major priorities for WHO in the Pacific.
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Score: 1029885.2 - https://www.who.int/niue/news/...on-on-noncommunicable-diseases
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Western Pacific Fiji Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases 13 March 2018 News release Suva, Fiji Globally communities are struggling to cope with the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancers. In another step forward in combatting this epidemic, WHO has established an Independent Global High-level Commission on Noncommunicable Diseases, where the Tongan Minister of Health and Public Enterprises, Dr Saia Ma’u Piukala, has been appointed as one of the commissioners who will help raise awareness of the issues and experiences of NCDs in the Pacific. (...) This is why we have developed and are implementing a National Strategy for combatting NCDs , which localises global guidelines and sets forth realistic, achievable actions for our entire community. (...) As a Commissioner, I look forward to being part of the global discussion to come up with practical solutions that can be applied in the Pacific”. Combatting NCDs, and promoting mental health and wellbeing, are major priorities for WHO in the Pacific.
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Score: 1029885.2 - https://www.who.int/fiji/news/...on-on-noncommunicable-diseases
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Western Pacific Tokelau Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases 13 March 2018 News release Suva, Fiji Globally communities are struggling to cope with the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancers. In another step forward in combatting this epidemic, WHO has established an Independent Global High-level Commission on Noncommunicable Diseases, where the Tongan Minister of Health and Public Enterprises, Dr Saia Ma’u Piukala, has been appointed as one of the commissioners who will help raise awareness of the issues and experiences of NCDs in the Pacific. (...) This is why we have developed and are implementing a National Strategy for combatting NCDs , which localises global guidelines and sets forth realistic, achievable actions for our entire community. (...) As a Commissioner, I look forward to being part of the global discussion to come up with practical solutions that can be applied in the Pacific”. Combatting NCDs, and promoting mental health and wellbeing, are major priorities for WHO in the Pacific.
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Score: 1029885.2 - https://www.who.int/tokelau/ne...on-on-noncommunicable-diseases
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Western Pacific Solomon Islands Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases 13 March 2018 News release Suva, Fiji Globally communities are struggling to cope with the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancers. In another step forward in combatting this epidemic, WHO has established an Independent Global High-level Commission on Noncommunicable Diseases, where the Tongan Minister of Health and Public Enterprises, Dr Saia Ma’u Piukala, has been appointed as one of the commissioners who will help raise awareness of the issues and experiences of NCDs in the Pacific. (...) This is why we have developed and are implementing a National Strategy for combatting NCDs , which localises global guidelines and sets forth realistic, achievable actions for our entire community. (...) As a Commissioner, I look forward to being part of the global discussion to come up with practical solutions that can be applied in the Pacific”. Combatting NCDs, and promoting mental health and wellbeing, are major priorities for WHO in the Pacific.
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Score: 1029885.2 - https://www.who.int/solomonisl...on-on-noncommunicable-diseases
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Western Pacific Guam (USA) Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases Pacific leadership in new WHO global commission on noncommunicable diseases 13 March 2018 News release Suva, Fiji Globally communities are struggling to cope with the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancers. In another step forward in combatting this epidemic, WHO has established an Independent Global High-level Commission on Noncommunicable Diseases, where the Tongan Minister of Health and Public Enterprises, Dr Saia Ma’u Piukala, has been appointed as one of the commissioners who will help raise awareness of the issues and experiences of NCDs in the Pacific. (...) This is why we have developed and are implementing a National Strategy for combatting NCDs , which localises global guidelines and sets forth realistic, achievable actions for our entire community. (...) As a Commissioner, I look forward to being part of the global discussion to come up with practical solutions that can be applied in the Pacific”. Combatting NCDs, and promoting mental health and wellbeing, are major priorities for WHO in the Pacific.
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Score: 1029885.2 - https://www.who.int/guam/news/...on-on-noncommunicable-diseases
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FOLLOW-UP TO THE 4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND TO THE 23RD SPECIAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ENTITLED "WOMEN 2000 : GENDER EQUALITY, DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY" : STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
The mission of the American Cancer Society is to eliminate cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer. 2. (...) The American Cancer Society is also the secretariat for Cervical Cancer Action, a global coalition to stop cervical cancer. 3. (...) Considering that: • Improved health care is a key pillar of global actions to combat poverty and address discrimination of women and girls.
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Score: 1025954.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.6/2011/NGO/38&Lang=E
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 66TH SESSION : 4TH PLENARY MEETING, MONDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER 2011, NEW YORK
All UNASUR countries are committed to combating poverty. Poverty is exacerbated, however, by the suffering related to an NCD. (...) We believe that if we are effectively to combat NCDs, States must play a leading role in terms of providing coordination among all sectors and devising promotional and regulatory measures. (...) South Africa recognizes the need for combating non-communicable diseases to be regarded as a development priority, rather than only a health concern.
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Score: 1023968.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=A/66/PV.4&Lang=E
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 66TH SESSION : 3RD PLENARY MEETING, MONDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER 2011, NEW YORK
That cooperation plays a pivotal role in the eradication of poverty, as well as in combating inequality at all levels, which is essential to the creation of a more prosperous and sustainable future for all. (...) It increased financial backing for combating communicable diseases tenfold. It seized a once-in-a- generation opportunity and converted political will into action, with targets and resources in place, and we continue to see the positive results today. (...) The International A/66/PV.3 11-50343 8 Olympic Committee is committed to the cause of combating NCDs through the promotion of physical activity and healthy lifestyles.
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Score: 1021369.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=A/66/PV.3&Lang=E
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 68TH SESSION : 103RD PLENARY MEETING, FRIDAY, 11 JULY 2014, NEW YORK
That document sets out a clear plan to combat such diseases and makes it incumbent on the international community to resolutely combat NCDs. (...) Over the past few years, global attention has been focused on combating communicable diseases such as HIV and AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, hepatitis C and other chronic illnesses. (...) In that regard, the Zambian Government has placed emphasis on combating NCDs, including but not limited to cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases.
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Score: 1020887.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/68/PV.103&Lang=E
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MEDICAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA
These leaders should be reminded by women’s groups of their resolve to end poverty and hunger everywhere by 2030 and to combat inequalities within and among countries; to build peaceful, just, and inclusive societies; to protect human rights and promote gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls; and to ensure the lasting protection of the planet and its natural resources. (...) Governments should upgrade existing outdated cancer diagnostic facilities and focus on cost-effective early detection and cancer education. The Medical Women’s Association of Nigeria advocates that screening for cancer should not be opportunistic, but mandatory, and health system deterrents to uptake of human papillomavirus and cervical cancer screening should be eliminated.
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Score: 1019523.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/CN.6/2020/NGO/58&Lang=E
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