About the GhNCD Alliance

The Ghana Non Communicable Disease Alliance (GhNCD Alliance) is a network of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), working in diverse areas of health and development. With a strong track record, vision and expertise, the GhNCD Alliance is uniquely placed to drive the NCD agenda forward.

We are a recognised global thought leader on NCD policy and practice, a convener of the civil society movement, a partner to governments and an advocate for people at risk of or living with NCDs.

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Ghana Non-Communicable Diseases (Ghana NCD Alliance – GhNCDA) was formed in 2017 and officially registered on 11th January, 2018 under the leadership of Vision for Alternative Development.

Key Members

Key members of the Ghana NCD Alliance are Vision for Alternative Development, Alzheimer’s Ghana, Stroke Association Support Network, Breast Care International, Institute of Leadership and Development and Socioserv Ghana. Others include Media Alliance in Tobacco Control or Health, Community Health Support Team, Sharecare Ghana, Ark lifestyle Foundation and Ghana Alcohol Policy Alliance.

The GhNCDA is a network of Non-Governmental Organizations working in diverse areas of health and development. The formation of the GhNCDA was necessitated due to the rising health burden associated with NCDs in Ghana and the world at large.

Our programme areas are:

  • Advocacy And Training
  • Health Promotion
  • Meaningfully Involvement of people living with NCDs
  • Health System Strengthening
  • Policy and Legislation Support
  • Coordination and Cross-sectorial engagement, Community mobilization and monitoring.

The GhNCDA has since its inception participated in national and international events. It convened a national stakeholder’s high level meeting that sought to raise the profile of NCDs and the UN High Level Meeting on NCDs.

The GhNCDA organized a national meeting of people living with NCDs titled “Ensuring a people centred approach to Ghana’s NCDs response”. This was to identify priorities and provide recommendations for Ghana’s Advocacy Agenda of people living with NCDs.  

engagements with top government officials and institutions

We have had one on one engagements with top government officials and institutions such as the;

  • Minister of Health and Minister of Planning
  • Ghana Health Service
  • Special Advisor to the President on SDGs
  • Leadership of the Parliament Select Committee on Health
  • The chair of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on SDGs
  • Food and Drugs Authority etc.

to discuss the importance of NCD interventions and the need for government to prioritize NCDs.

OUR OBJECTIVES

  • Identify and implement strategies that ensures early detection, quality of care and cost of treatment and care for those affected by NCDs
  • Create/raise awareness on NCDs and the risk factors
  • Strengthen the capacities of civil society, people living with NCDs and development professionals
  • Promote and support the development and implementation of national plans, policies, legislations and regulations related to NCDs
  • Strengthen partnerships between member organisations and governments in the implementation of NCDs programmes
  • Conduct research and share knowledge on NCDs
  • Mobilize resources required for effective implementation of its objectives and the management of the GhNCDA
  • Identify and build partnerships with other regional and global networks
  • Promote good relationship between people living with NCDs and health care providers
  • Hold government and other relevant stakeholders accountable particularly in the implementation of NCDs and related issues.

IN THIS SECTION

  • Transparancy
  • Accountability
  • Meaningful Involvement
  • Human Rights and Social Justice

To create a healthy Ghana free from NCDs

To be a leading organization contributing to reducing NCD related deaths and disabilities through health promotion, proper coordination, health system strengthening and improving the quality of lives of people living with NCDs in Ghana.

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OUR OBJECTIVES

  • Identify and implement strategies that ensures early detection, quality of care and cost of treatment and care for those affected by NCDs
  • Create/raise awareness on NCDs and the risk factors
  • Strengthen the capacities of civil society, people living with NCDs and development professionals
  • Promote and support the development and implementation of national plans, policies, legislations and regulations related to NCDs
  • Strengthen partnerships between member organisations and governments in the implementation of NCDs programmes
  • Conduct research and share knowledge on NCDs
  • Mobilize resources required for effective implementation of its objectives and the management of the GhNCDA
  • Identify and build partnerships with other regional and global networks
  • Promote good relationship between people living with NCDs and health care providers
  • Hold government and other relevant stakeholders accountable particularly in the implementation of NCDs and related issues.