Understanding The Drivers And Barriers Of Risk Factors To Non-communicable Diseases Among
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Understanding The Drivers And Barriers Of Risk Factors To Non-communicable Diseases Among Young People (10-24 Years) In Urban Informal Settlements
An epidemiological and demographic transition characterized by predominance of death from non-communicable diseases (NCDs), as opposed to infectious diseases is steadily gaining traction across the world. The trend reversal squarely places young people at the centre of NCDs especially in informal settlements. This paper draws evidence from a formative research conducted at pre-intervention in the "Young Health Programme (YHP)" funded by AstraZeneca and implemented by Plan International and partners in Kibera, a large informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya. The study adopted a cross sectional descriptive quantitative and qualitative survey design based on mixed methods and utilised probabilityDownloadViews: 38

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