ABOUT US - Aims of the Consortium
A: Development of sustainable health promotion delivery infrastructure and legislative models
- Increased access to a range of NCD based services
- Increased knowledge and skills relating to NCD prevention and control, and health promotion capacity more broadly, among PHC providers serving local communities with limited access to quality healthcare
- Increased awareness of communities, the public and policy makers on NCD, including the determinants, prevention and control
B: Integration of NCD surveillance into HMIS-strengthens record keeping, monitoring and surveillance;
- Increased momentum and capability at the national and regional levels for addressing NCD comprehensively (including cross-sectoral action)
C: NCD program coordination structures at all levels-National, Provincial, District and community levels;
- Enhanced capacity to influence the commissioning of services
- Rise in the number of case detection and management
- Increase in number of satellite NCD management centres
- Demonstrable impact of services delivered
D: An effective Consortium
- The consortium is resilient and bridges the gap between regional/national policy and the front line delivery of NCD prevention and control services.
- The consortium is recognized as an invaluable resource in the effective delivery of NCD prevention and control services.