YP-CDN Newsletter: #MultiplyChange, New Opportunities, World Cancer Day, & more!
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We did it!

Dear <<First Name>>,
We wanted to extend a special thank you for following YP-CDN's first peer-to-peer campaign efforts over the last couple of months. Thanks to a global team effort and your support, it was a resounding success!
We were able to reach--and even exceed--our fundraising goal with the help of 28 fundraisers and more than 128 supporters from across the globe! All money raised will support the launch of YP-CDN's 2016 NextGen Leaders Program in Kenya this Spring. Keep up with us over Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and through our newsletters to find out more soon!

We are excited to engage with you more over the course of 2016, as we continue to #MultiplyChange and inject some much-needed grassroots energy into the non-communicable disease movement! Thank you for your continued support!

Your YP-CDN Executive Team

New opportunities on the Global Executive Team

We're looking to fill volunteer leadership roles within our Global Executive Team, all of which require ~5-8 hours of commitment per week:

Today is World Cancer Day!

Today, we will join the Union for International Cancer Control and millions of other young advocates to show the world that we can, and will, end cancer within our lifetimes. Take action below.
South Africa: Access to critical breast cancer drug trastuzumab limited by patent laws
WATCH this video on how patent laws in South Africa restrict treatment for women with breast cancer
READ YPer Paul Park's story on the realities of treating cancer patients in Rwanda
WHO World Cancer Day feature: Essential medicines give lifeline to people living with cancer

"...Essential Medicines is not just about drugs."

Blogs from our members

Stroke: A Silent Killer and Cause of Disability Among the Adult Population in Kenya
Read More
Medicines For All! Reflections from the Youth Workshop on Intellectual Property, Public Health, and Access to Medicines
Read More
Declaration of the Conference on Tobacco Control and Health Promotion
Read More
  • The Guardian's story, Big Pharma's Worst Nightmare, is about James Love, Director of Knowledge Ecology International and YP-CDN Advisor
  • Several YPers participated in a Virtual Discussion Forum hosted by the WHO Global Coordination Mechanism on NCDs last week. Read the summary document here.
  • The Lancet: Richard Horton: Chronic disease is the social justice issue of our time.
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