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Written by Greg Keeble   
Friday, 05 February 2010

As a condition of receiving 2-1-22 assistance, countries are required to provide information on the impact of their activities on trends in NCDs and associated risk factors. These figures show mortality, morbidity, NCD incidence and risk factor prevalence. A report on the latest Pacific NCD statistics is available here: Pacific NCD Statistics Pacific NCD Statistics 2011-01-25 23:23:40 130.15 Kb

The monitoring of the 2-1-22 programme goals and objectives is conducted annually according to the regional monitoring and evaluation framework.The 2-1-22 programme evaluates the impact of its activities in countries by compiling data from surveys and routinely collected data (mortality and morbidity) reported in CHIPS (WHO Country Health Information Profile) and annual reports. WHO/country NCD STEPS surveys provide NCD risk factor prevalence data at national level which is comparable over time and between counties/territories. Mini-STEPS surveys provide data on changes in NCD risk factors as a result of behavioural interventions in sentinel surveillance sites.

The monitoring of progress of SPC activities specified in the 2-1-22 NCD implementation plan is performed on a monthly basis and is managed in the PIMS (Project Information Management System). Information on progress is provided by the NCD advisers and verified through the programmatic reports provided by countries. It should be noted that only activities completed by SPC or undertaken jointly with WHO are recorded in PIMS which is available only on request and approval. Similarly, WHO monitors its activities on a six-monthly basis through performance monitoring for its internal process.

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