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South African Non-Communicable Diseases Alliance

welcome to the

South African Non-Communicable Diseases Alliance

welcome to the

South African Non-Communicable Diseases Alliance

welcome to the

South African Non-Communicable Diseases Alliance

South African Non-Communicable Diseases Alliance (SANCDA+)

The SANCDA+ is a health and social justice advocacy grouping of individuals and organisations seeking to uphold the human rights of people living with NCDs+ (PLWNCDs+) in South Africa.

The SANCDA+ exists to ensure that PLWNCDs+ at any age, get their constitutional right to equal and quality NCDs+ prevention and management services and support without experiencing financial hardship.

Founded by 4 trusted NCDs+ advocacy organisations with over 200 years of service to South Africa in 2013. The founding members are the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA), Diabetes SA, Heart and Stroke Foundation SA and PHANGO. Today it consists of more than 100 organisations and independent members allies and partners.

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Comment on: The Draft NPO Amendment Bill 2021

A bill that aims at changing the current NPO Act 1997 which was meant to help NPOs to be formed and function. However, over time gaps indentified need fixing especailly those relating to small NPOs and community based organisations. It also deals with abuse of NPOs

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Comment on: The Draft NPO Amendment Bill 2021

A bill that aims at changing the current NPO Act 1997 which was meant to help NPOs to be formed and function. However, over time gaps indentified need fixing especailly those relating to small NPOs and community based organisations. It also deals with abuse of NPOs

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2023 NDoH Annual Performance Plan presentation

2023 NDoH Annual Performance Plan presentation

chicken or egg? The APP sets the objectives for the NDoH for the current financial year. For NCDs, there might be more outcomes listed with no incentive to do anything differently. It is still down to the provinces most of which dont have NCDs plans.

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