C4C has partnered with the Young Health Programme to educate youth about non-communicable diseases (NCDs). NCDs arise from long-term behaviors like smoking tobacco, drinking alcohol, unhealthy eating, or inactivity. Chronic diseases, like heart disease, liver disease and diabetes, are very hard to “cure” and can impact a young person’s health for the rest of their life. A young person’s best chance to avoid them is to be aware of the effects of their choices and plan to make healthier choices today.
The Young Health Programme has reached more than 1.2 million young people, and has teamed up with C4C to share, A Path to a Healthier You: A Health Improvement Tool for Youth for young people to help them evaluate their current behaviors and make changes to find their path to a healthier life!
A Path to A Healthier You!
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Join us for the C4C RMNCAH Advocacy Conference
Improving Accountability on RMNCAH
As we move to Post-2015, C4C recognizes that it is a key moment for the global development community and for Nigeria to come together and convene key leaders, innovators, and technical experts working to save the lives of Nigeria's women, newborns, and children. The RMNCAH conference will be held in Abuja, Nigeria in February 16-18, 2016. Find out more about the conference and how you can participate here.
RMNCAH ADVOCACY CONFERENCE