WHO Consultations on the control of NCDs: Monitoring, Targets and Partnerships Deadline extended to 19th April

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Multisectoral action for the prevention and control of NCDs through effective partnership  Launched 19 March 2012 - NEW  DEADLINE:  19 April 2012 

Member States are invited to submit their views in response to the WHO Discussion Papers until 19 April 2012 by sending an email toncdpartnership@who.int. Relevant NGOs and selected private sector may submit their views using the same email address. This deadline will enable the WHO Secretariat to prepare on time the corresponding Addendum 1 to the upcoming World Health Assembly.

 Consultation papers are HERE    http://www.who.int/nmh/events/2012/consultation_march_2012/en/index.html

Submissions from individual NGOs:


IASO on Monitoring Framework

IASO on Partnerships 

IBFAN on Partnerships

COIC on Partnerships

National Heart Forum on Partnerships

National Heart Forum on Saturated Fat Targets

Monitoring Framework and Targets for the prevention and control of NCDs  

Launched 22 March 2012  Deadline: 19 April 2012

The  consultation targets and indicators and all the papers are HERE: http://www.who.int/nmh/events/2012/consultation_april_2012/en/index.html

IASO on Monitoring Framework

The  summary of Member States Feedback on Targets are HERE  http://www.who.int/nmh/events/2012/targets_feedback_summary_22032012.pdf


IBFAN  comments on WHO's  Proposed Global Targets for maternal, infant and young child nutrition - the deadline for this has passed. - are HERE: http://info.babymilkaction.org/IYCNtargets


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