Accountability is one of the most powerful tools we have to ensure that progress can be sustained

7 September 2020

On this Global Week of Action on Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs), IAP Member Brenda Killen explains how people can use accountability to ensure gains are sustained in making progress against NCDs. She lays out the IAP framework, which advocates a cycle of monitoring, review, remedy and action at country level, backed up by accountability systems at global level, as a way to ensure lasting progress. Read her blog entry, adapted from her plenary keynote speech on accountability delivered at this year’s 3rd Global NCD Alliance Forum.

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