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Breast Cancer, NCDs, and the


Sustainable Development
Goals

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Ms Priya Kanayson, MPH


Advocacy Officer, NCD Alliance
20 December 2016

Overview
Government commitments to health
and NCDs
WHO Global Action Plan
2030 Agenda for Sustainable
Development
Breast cancer and NCDs within the
SDGs

2030 Agenda
New era for global health
Update from 68thand NCDs
World Health Assembly

WEBINAR, 22 JULY

Global Commitments to Addressing


NCDs

2030 Agenda: 17 goals, 169 targets,


230 indicators

yrs
3.3 End epidemic of AIDS, TB, malaria, NTDs, hepatitis, waterborne diseases
3.4 Reduce by one third premature NCD mortality,
promote mental health & well-being
3.5 Strengthen prevention and treatment of substance
abuse
3.6 Halve the number of global deaths and injuries from
road traffic accidents
3.7 Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive healthcare services
3.8 Achieve universal health coverage
3.9 Substantially reduce no. of deaths and illnesses from
hazardous chemicals and air pollution

Goal 3 on Health and Wellbeing

3.A Strengthen implementation of WHO FCTC


3.B Support R&D for vaccines and medicines for CDs and
NCDs
3.C Substantially increase health financing and health
workforce
3.D Strengthen capacity of all countries for global health risks

The No.1 Cause of Premature Mortality Globally


Proportion of global NCD deaths under the age of 70
(by cause of death, comparable estimates 2012 )

Other NCDs; 12%


Respiratory-diseases; 4%
Communicable, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions; 34%
Diabetes mellitus; 2%
Cardiovascular diseases; 20%
Injuries; 14%
Malignant neoplasms; 14%

Source: WHO Global Status Report on NCDs,

Implications for
action
Update from 68th

on health and NCDs

World Health Assembly

WEBINAR, 22 JULY

Prioritising health/NCDs in national


responses
17 SDGs + 169
targets + 230
indicators
= NCDs are one
item on a large
menu of priorities
Challenge:
How to keep health/NCDs
high on the list as countries
begin implementation?

Moving from siloes to systems

Universal health
coverageis the
singlemost
powerful
conceptthat public
health has to offer
Dr Margaret Chan, WHO

Source: WHO, 2010

The integration imperative

Breaking down the silos


Source: OECD,

NCDs a case study of integration

Source: NCD Alliance,

The pursuit of partnerships

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Breast Cancer
in the 2030 Agenda
Update from 68th

World Health Assembly

WEBINAR, 22 JULY

Breast Cancer in the SDGs

Breast Cancer in the SDGs


Opportunities for Advocacy
World Cancer Day, 4 February 2017
High-level Political Forum, July 2017
Global NCD Alliance Forum,
December 2017
UN High-level Meeting on NCDs,
2018