The 2013 Global Diabetes Walk marked the World Diabetes Day with Walks, drums and banners worldwide. Under the slogan “Together for Diabetes” more than 300,000 people took to the streets to create awareness about the rising burden of diabetes.
The 2014 Global Diabetes Walk was the biggest in the event’s 10-year history, with 56 countries represented and more than 300,000 people participating.
The winner of the 2011 GDW social media award from Kerala, India, recounts the route from the first World Diabetes Day celebration in 2005 to including social media efficiently in 2011.
How do you attract VIPs, media, and thousands of participants to your Walk? Nathalie Seroux offers her tips for Global Diabetes Walk success.
On 17 November, the Columbia Asia Hospital in Kuala Lumpur plans a “Walk for Cure” to celebrate the World Diabetes Day.
This year’s slogan for the Global Diabetes Walk campaign is Together for Diabetes.
David Leboho gathered thousands at his first Walk in 2015 – and offers insights into how others can do the same.
Winning the 2012 Global Diabetes Walk award became the symbol of a Walk to freedom for inmates in a Philippine prison. From feeling neglected and isolated from society the campaign made them feel empowered and united.
The aim of the project is to increase awareness about diabetes and its consequences among the various stakeholders and to sensitise them to take appropriate action for the care and prevention of diabetes by organising various activities.
WDF partner continues to raise the bar for the Global Diabetes Walk campaign, mobilising thousands of people in the fight against diabetes.
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