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New ways to tackle leading causes of urban deaths

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A new report by WHO offers guidance and tools for urban leaders to tackle some of the leading causes of death in cities, including non-communicable diseases like heart disease and cancer, and road traffic injuries.
 
“City leaders take decisions that impact on the health of billions, and for cities to thrive, everyone needs access to services that will improve their health – public transport, safe, clean and attractive outdoor spaces, healthy food, and, of course, affordable health services.”
- Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, WHO
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The Health for All Film Festival
WHO invites filmmakers to participate in our inaugural film festival
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Whether you are an amateur filmmaker seeking to tell the story of change-makers in your community through the lens of your smartphone or you're working with a production company to promote dialogue around global health challenges and solutions, WHO wants to see your story. 

Filmmakers are invited to submit a short video by 30 January 2020 in one of the following three categories: 1) video reports 2) animation videos 3) videos on nurses and midwives. 

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