Map of Impact
The Map of Impact shows where ENOUGH is resonating around the world, and we welcome submissions of your own local news, events and resources. Voices of Change and Pledges will also be added to the map to demonstrate just how far and wide NCDs are impacting on people and need action for change. We accept contributions in English, French or Spanish.
Let us put people living with NCDs first in our fight against NCDs & involve them in decision making, & we will get sustainable results. They are crying out for their voices to be heard. Can we listen please!!
TOYYIB OLADIMEJI ABDULKAREEM
The Wellbeing Initiative, @TheWellbeingI
I have had enough of seeing the faces of unhappy children, unproductive workforce and adults with reduced quality of life. It is time to act and shape the faith of everyone dying of preventable death!
Public Health Researcher,
RTI International; Global Coordinator @ncdaction,
NCDs are everybody's business! It's time our governments realise that too.
East Africa NCD Alliance
Governments have been in denial for too long. The NCD crisis is happening in our cities, our bedrooms, with the people we live with. This is about us. Hopefully some policy and finance walls will break and the job will be done.
Alzheimer's Society of Delhi,
Lack of knowledge about Alzheimer’s disease is the biggest hurdle. There is still a lot of stigma attached to the disease.
ED & BOARD @ncdaction,
Everyone keeps talking about partnerships and need for collaboration but it’s still odd there is no patient voice representing those stakeholders. We need to consider #PLWNCDs to focus on the core impact of improving health systems worldwide.
LIVING WITH DIABETES TYPE 2,
I’ve resolved to fight diabetes type 2, both in me and my community. Six years ago, I started doing exercise, I bought a bicycle and started riding it every day. I eliminated junk foods and started embracing nature’s food.
Dr Rafael Camacho Solís
LIVING WITH EMPHYSEMA,
The challenges are immense. The fight against the tobacco corporations ended up costing me my job in the Secretariat of Health. Now, at 70 years old, I work in an NGO fighting against addictions.
LIVING WITH RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE,
I wish that my story could be heard by the government of my country.
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