Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) – a group of conditions that include cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases and mental ill-health– cause nearly 41 million deaths each year, representing almost 72 percent of all deaths globally. Today, NCDs are not only a problem of high-income countries as more than three-quarters of global NCD deaths occur in low-and middle-income countries. These countries are at the same time those hosting the majority of humanitarian settings.
Integrating MHPSS for NCDs in Humanitarian ResponseUniversity of Copenhagen
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