Retrospective phase: Summary of what we do

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Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) contribute to 71% of all deaths globally and disproportionately affect people in low- and middle-income countries. SUNI-SEA project aims at tackling NCDs through the synergy between community and primary healthcare facility. An evidence-based research is conducted in Indonesia, Myanmar and Vietnam looking at effectiveness, cost-effectiveness as well as best practices.

This video highlighted the vision and progresses we have made in 2019-2020. The team are currently implementing the prospective phase of the project. The overall findings will contribute to the global NCD evidence based and the data can be used for improving health policies, access to healthcare and provision of early NCD intervention, to ensure a better health for all.