Learn how to apply for WDF funding
We fund diabetes projects with a poverty focus in line with the WDF Code of Conduct.
The World Diabetes Foundation receives project applications twice a year as opposed to previously four times a year.
In 2009, the first project supported by the World Diabetes Foundation in the island state of Madagascar saw the light of day.
At global conference, WDF brings home the message that pregnancy is a key moment for improving the health of women and their children.
The aim of the project is to improve general health and address diabetes prevention through health promotion and healthy living in the Majuro and Ebeye islands of the Marshall Islands by educating school children and their parents.
A project helping the indigenous peoples of Guatemala enters phase 2 – and inspires a new partner.
The objective of the project is to improve diabetic foot care in Tanzania.
A partnership with the University of Copenhagen is part of a larger effort to disseminate learnings and build the investment case for diabetes and NCDs.
The project aims at improving access to and quality of diabetes care in Guinea Conakry.
Management by changing attitudes and improving skills among health care professionals in eight out of nine provinces of South Africa.
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