Bloomberg Philanthropies Continues To Play Key Role In Addressing Global NCDs

Bloomberg Philanthropies: It’s Time to Act: Addressing the Noncommunicable Disease Epidemic
Kelly Henning, public health program lead at Bloomberg Philanthropies, discusses WHO’s reappointment of Michael Bloomberg as the WHO global ambassador for NCDs; highlights Bloomberg’s address to the U.N. High-Level Meeting on NCDs; and provides examples of how Bloomberg Philanthropies “has spearheaded national and local action to highlight the burden of NCDs and injuries” (9/27).

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