Scaling-up NCD Interventions in South-East Asia (SUNI-SEA)

Through evidence-based research in Indonesia, Myanmar and Vietnam, SUNI-SEA will help inform countries how to effectively scale up strategies to tackle non-communicable diseases.

 

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Apr 22

A set of educational materials on diabetes and hypertension in Vietnamese

Our partners in Vietnam, HelpAge International Vietnam Country Office, Thai Nguyen University of Medicine and Pharmacy, and the Health Strategy…


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Mar 22

Moving forward: How to continue public health implementation research in LMICs during COVID-19

SUNI-SEA project organised its first webinar in March, titled “Moving forward: how to continue public health implementation research in low-…


A worldwide health concern

Non-communicable disease or NCDs is a worldwide health concern in particular in developing countries. In South-East Asian countries, more than half of all deaths are caused by NCDs.
0% INDONESIA
0% MYANMAR
0% VIETNAM

Source: World Health Organization – Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD) Country Profiles, 2018.

NCD Interventions

Will synergies between community-based activities and primary health care services enhance impact on health?

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SUNI-SEA hopes for a sustainable scaling-up of NCD interventions. Advocacy experience-sharing session was held last Friday with more than 30 participants from our 3 projects countries and public health researchers from European universities.Country priority and the next step were shared. With extensive advocacy experience in all the countries, SUNI-SEA project will focus its effort in advocate the scaling up of NCDs intervention at all levels. ... See MoreSee Less
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