What does endorsing the Global Charter mean?
Here’s what you can expect from the Global Charter endorsement journey.
Endorsing the Global Charter
Committing to its principles and core strategies
The Global Charter on Meaningful Involvement of People Living with NCDs provides a shared understanding of meaningful involvement, it’s fundamental principles, and core strategies to operationalise it within organisational practices.
It’s aimed at civil society, governments, international partners such as multilateral and bilateral agencies, international NGOs, foundations, and philanthropies, appropriate private sector organisations, the research community and academia.
It rallies these stakeholders to accelerate efforts to meaningfully involve people living with noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in decision-making in the policies, programmes and services that affect them. By endorsing the Global Charter, your organisation or institution commits to meaningfully involve people living with NCDs, realising the fundamental principles and applying the core and broadly applicable strategies.
Following the endorsement, your organisation’s name and logo will be published on the Wall of Endorsers.