© 2018 Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance

The Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (ACDPA) brings together five leading non-government health organisations in the primary prevention of chronic disease in Australia.


Cancer Council Australia, Diabetes Australia, National Heart Foundation of Australia, Kidney Health Australia, and the Stroke Foundation work together to collectively advocate for prevention, integrated risk assessment and effective management of chronic disease risk. This includes:


Improving nutrition     Increasing physical activity and decreasing sedentary behaviour     Reducing unhealthy weight at a population level     Increasing health check

Chronic diseases are Australia’s greatest health challenge, and leading cause of illness, disability and death. However, much burden could be prevented through addressing modifiable risk factors and providing support to manage disease risk.

Smart Eating Tips

At least 80% of premature deaths could be avoided by managing risk factors, such as unhealthy diets. 

ACDPA Submissions

Feb 01, 2020

ACDPA advocates for improvements to food labelling to enable informed choices by consumers and ultimately reduce the impact of unhealthy diets on overweight/obesity and the development of chronic disease.

Dec 15, 2019

ACDPA supports the development of a national strategy for obesity prevention and recommends policy solutions to create healthy food and physical environments.

Jun 18, 2018

ACDPA is calling on all parliamentarians to reduce the burden of preventable chronic disease in the lead-up to the United Nations High-Level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases.

Please reload

Cancer Council Australia logo- ACDPA
DA Full Colour Horizontal Logo.jpg
HF_Logo Master_RGB (2).jpg
Kidney Health Australia logo - ACDPA
Stroke Foundation logo - ACDPA