Launched in 2018, the Knowledge Action Portal on NCDs (KAP) is an online knowledge repository and community platform focused on the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs).
The KAP is designed as an inclusive, community-driven platform facilitating a coherent multisectoral and multistakeholder response to the global NCD epidemic. Connecting diverse stakeholders and actors at local, national and international levels, the KAP is a core tool for knowledge sharing and mutual learning, collaboration in digital communities of practice, and the uptake of evidence-based solutions, lessons learned, and best practices.
The KAP is hosted by WHO’s Global Coordination Mechanism on the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases (WHO GCM/NCD), and additionally connects to the work of the Global NCD Platform (GNP) Department, the United Nations Interagency Task Force on the Prevention and Control of NCDs (UNIATF), and the GNP Director’s Office.
Readily access selected guidelines, reports and other knowledge resources to enhance evidence-informed, multisectoral, and multistakeholder initiatives in NCD prevention and control – curated by WHO's Global NCD Platform and supported by GCM Participants.
Explore inspiring action and impact on the road to beating NCDs, spanning countries, regions and the world. Discover how Member States and partners innovate, co-design, and scale effective multisectoral and multistakeholder action. Catch-up with initiatives led by WHO's Global NCD Platform and keep up to date with the latest news and events.
Discover and share best-practices, lessons learned and latest challenges with peers and experts. Engage with civil society, people living with NCDs and mental health conditions, or exchange with partners in Member States and UN agencies. Raise awareness for thematic initiatives and build capacity of strategic stakeholders.