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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Early in the COVID-19 pandemic WHO's @DrTedros highlighted the problems of access to health services by millions of people living with NCDs+ in his tweet. His tweet certainly mirrors what the SA NCDs Alliance and our allies have been saying since 2007 when the SA...
The review of the 2nd NCDs national strategy under taken by WHO Country Office, Melvyn Freeman consultant. Never officially recognised by the NDoH.
EANNASO with the Civil Society Engagement Mechanism for UHC2030 (CSEM) and partners in the region invites all civil society and community representatives interested in achieving health for all to an advocacy workshop on universal health coverage (UHC) on 23 November 2021.
This Global Week for Action on NCDs (6 – 12 September 2021), the South African Non-Communicable Diseases Alliance (SANCDA), of which the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) is a founding partner, celebrate the progress made in raising the profile of people living with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in SA. Together with other civil society members, the Global Week of Action on NCDs hails the power and potential of people to act together on and drive NCDs change. The aim is to ensure that commitments made by government to improve health for people living with NCDs, will become a reality. The challenges presented by COVID-19 will not compromise action to help relieve the NCDs burden.
webinar taking place on Tuesday 13 July at 12pm via Zoom – register via Quicket on https://qkt.io/XfaIGf to get your Zoom link.
We invite you to a webinar session about cancer patients and the COVID vaccine. Our panel of presenters include two oncology experts sharing current recommendations and information, Dr Zainab Mohamed, Head Clinical Unit, Radiation Oncology Groote Schuur Hospital / University of Cape Town and Dr Ria David, a medical oncologist and specialist physician from Oncocare.
The NDoH official policy communication on vaccination 5 July outlines how the adjusted vaccination rollout. It differs from the original PHASE 2 rollout hence the use of "adapted." It is not explicitly linked to phase 2 but it is hard to see where else it fits. ...
People of South Africa who use the government health services are asked to take part have their say about access to quality health services …..
A Stats SA report has revealed that TB remains the main leading cause of death in South Africa between 2016 and 2018. The report, titled "Mortality and causes of death in South Africa: Findings from death notification, 2018", provides information on levels, trends and...
The South African Non-Communicable Disease Alliance (SANCDA) will host the 3rd Happy Hour Xchange on Thursday, 22 April 2021 at 18:00 focussing on ‘Disability, Down Syndrome and COVID-19.
Join Dr Vicki for her Xchange with Ancella Ramjas (National Executive Director: Down Syndrome SA) for part 1: Downright disastrous COVID-19 response for persons with Down Syndrome? And part 2: Missing the point of vaccinations.
Registration for the NCD Happy Hour Xchange is essential. Limited space is available.