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IFPMA Geneva Pharma Forum, Putting NCDs into Focus (Geneva, 4 February 2013), Sir George Alleyne, former director, Pan American …

IFPMA Geneva Pharma Forum, Putting NCDs into Focus (Geneva, 4 February 2013), Sir George Alleyne, former director, Pan American
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  • 1. Addressing the Gaps in NCD Policy and Research By George Alleyne Geneva, February 4, 2013
  • 2. Presentation It will not address;--the current epidemiological status of NCDs--the economics of NCDs--the management of NCDs It will seek to pose mainly:--the nature of the cooperative arrangements--mechanisms for effecting them--more specific comments on the private sector
  • 3. International agreements as the basis for the analysis1) Political declaration of the UNHLM of September 20112) WHO official documents
  • 4. UN HLM Political Declaration as the basis for the analysisFirst: Recognizes “ A challenge of epidemic proportions.”Next: as the first focus of the response to the challenge.“Recognizes that the rising prevalence , morbidity and mortality of NCDs worldwide can be largely prevented and controlled through collective and multisectoral action by all member states and other relevant stakeholders…”
  • 5. Political DeclarationFurther: speaks to “Whole of government approaches” and refers to at least 13 different sectors or agencies of governmentAnd: acknowledges the important roles played by all relevant stakeholders eg, civil society and where as appropriate the private sector and industry….And: instructs the SG; to develop options forstrengthening and facilitating multisectoralaction for the prevention and control of NCdsthrough effective partnerships
  • 6. Efforts Engagement ActionsNat.Policies Multilateral Approaches Responses Interventions Public policies
  • 7. MultisectorialityTimes “multisectorial “ mentioned in UN“health” documentsPolitical Declaration NCDs (2011)………..15Political commitment HIV/AIDS (2001)……2Agenda 21. Chapter 6 (1992).....……………0? Significance and policy implications of new emphasis
  • 8. Objectives of Plan 1 5To raise the priority accordedto noncommunicable disease To promote partnerships forin development work at global the prevention and control ofand national levels, and to noncommunicable diseasesintegrate prevention andcontrol of such diseases intopolicies across allgovernment departments
  • 9. Draft NCD Action Plan (2013-2020)Objective 2To strengthen capacity, leadership, governance, multisectoral action and partnerships to accelerate country response for prevention and control of NCDs
  • 10. Strategies to address NCDs Society/environmentHealthy Population based interventions; Primary prevention Clinical interventions NCD Secondary prevention Sphere of sectoral Individual cooperation
  • 11. Three Basic Theses1-Sectoral cooperation is fundamental and essential for the execution of the commitments in the Political Declaration, relevant recent official documents and in all plans of action for the prevention and control of NCDs.2-But there must be much more clarity about the nature of such cooperation and the means of effecting it.
  • 12. Basic Theses ctd.3-In most of these documents the terms multisectoral and intersectoral are used interchangeably, but we posit that there is a fundamental difference between multisectoral and intersectoral forms of cooperation.
  • 13. Taxonomy of sectoral cooperationMultisectoral cooperation embraces cooperation among agencies of governmentIntersectoral cooperation expresses the relationship among the critical three sectors of the state-the public sector(government) the private sector and civil society
  • 14. STATE GOVERNMENT FinancePrivate Civilsector Society Agric. Health PM Government Others Trade
  • 15. CivilGovernment Business society Public Agitate Goods goods Law and Services order Inform Taxation Executing Profit Legislation agent Regulation “Shared value”
  • 16. Multisectoral cooperation CVD Health Trade AgricultureInterestParochial +Liberal ++ + +
  • 17. Health Impact Assessment Source: Mindell J et al. Bull WHO: 210; 88: 543-550
  • 18. Source: Georgia Tech. Center for Quality Growth & Regional Development
  • 19. Intersectoral cooperation Government Business Civil society
  • 20. Common intersectoral arrangements Govt/Business Public/Private partnerships Principal/Agent Civil society as executing agentGovt/Civil society Stewardship
  • 21. Sectoral capacities for addressing risk factorsRisk factor Government Private Civil Society sectorTobacco ++++ - ++Physical activity ++ + +Alcohol ++++ ? ++Unhealthy diet +++ +++ ?
  • 22. Principal source “Sectoral Cooperation for thePrevention and Control of NCDs” George Alleyne, Sania Nishtar

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