How does your support make a difference
in the fights against NCDs?
Dear <<First Name>>,

As a member of the Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network (YP-CDN) community, you understand the importance and urgency of fighting against noncommunicable diseases (NCDs).

How can you meaningfully contribute to this movement and make a difference?

Please donate now to support to YP-CDN’s NextGen Leaders Program. Your contribution will enable training, mentorship, and provide opportunities for young people in East Africa and around the world to influence NCD policies both locally and globally.
Henok Getachew Tegegn is one of those young leaders.

“Being a part of YP-CDN has enabled me to bring about a positive change in my community in the fight against NCDs, and provided me with immense experiences and skills in advocacy and leadership. These all have happened because of YP-CDN support and initiatives.” - Henok
Henok is one of the incredible young people in our NextGen Fellowship program, where he works with our partner organization, Clinton Health Access Initiative on a year-long placement. His goal is to improve access to chemotherapy in Ethiopia.
‘To achieve this, I have participated in planning and organizing the National Consultative workshop on Chemotherapy drugs; prepared training proposal for the integration of chemotherapy drugs in IPLS; and wrote a report on the assessment of twelve hospitals for the breast treatment expansion program in Ethiopia.”

Your support is vital to helping young leaders like Henok fight against NCDs.
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