Meet the GCM Participants. Join the network.

Participants of the Global Coordination Mechanism on NCDs unite their knowledge, experience and resources to advance coherent and effective measures for the prevention and control of NCDs. Discover how WHO Member States, UN Agencies, and Non-State Actors together create a comparative advantage to tackle NCDs, and join the GCM’s growing global network of Participants and partners.

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Joining forces for a comparative advantage in NCD prevention and control

GCM/NCD Participants contribute to and benefit from:

  • A WHO-led platform to engage with Member States, UN entities, and fellow GCM Participants to advance coherent NCD response efforts.
  • A globally active NCD network jointly strategizing, knowledge-sharing, and co-designing multisectoral and multistakeholder action
  • An interface to connect with, convene and amplify the voices of a diverse group of stakeholders and individuals with lived experiences
  • Priority access to dedicated tools, online communities, knowledge resources, thematic publications, and special events
  • Mutual learning and skill transfer, access to WHO technical norms and standards, expertise, and further networks.

Meet the GCM Participants

33 Participants
  • International League of Dermatological Societies

  • International Pediatric Association

  • International Pharmaceutical Federation

  • International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation

  • International Society of Nephrology

  • International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis

  • International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

  • International Union for Health Promotion and Education

  • Medicines Patent Pool

  • NCD Alliance

  • NCD Child

  • Stichting Health Action International

Take your initiative to the next level. Join the GCM/NCD.

Is your organization and international actor advocating and raising awareness on NCDs? Are you advancing multisectoral action, working with people and communities living with NCD and mental health conditions, or disseminating knowledge and information to tackle NCDs?

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