Projects related to Global Noncommunicable Diseases
Standardizing surveillance and monitoring processes to measure worldwide tobacco use
Worldwide, 59 percent of deaths from breast cancer and 50 percent of breast cancer cases occur in low to middle-income countries. India bears 7 percent of the global burden of breast cancer cases.
LuzonHealth – Integrated Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health and Nutrition/Family Planning in the Philippines
Strengthening local health policies and systems to increase service utilization and improve health outcomes for Filipino families
A publicly available tool for assessing six domains of patient-centered communication
RTI is working with the Kenyan Ministry of Health to help curb non-communicable diseases, making up 40 percent of in-hospital deaths per year.
Free toolkit helps public health organizations in India understand and use digital communication
Generating evidence of obstacles to prevent deaths from cervical cancer in India
Building capacity and establishing leadership for noncommunicable disease advocacy in East Africa
How smoking and obesity interventions in youth can reduce global NCD prevalence
How school-based interventions can help reduce the prevalence of NCDs in India
Speeding the time to treatment for severe heart attacks
WHO's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) aims to tackle causes of the tobacco epidemic.