Smaller Walks, creative competitions, flexible events. Pioneering Walk organisers share their 2020 plans to inspire others.
At 15, the Global Diabetes Walk campaign has become a powerful force for change. Three expert organisers offer tips for making 2019 the most impactful year yet.
The Toolbox contains all you need in order to organise a Walk, including free downloadable materials and great ideas on how to promote your Walk.
It's time to Walk - take steps to prevent diabetes
A record number of people and groups organised Walks this year, mobilising more than 1,000,000 people in 82 countries in the fight against diabetes.
The 2017 Global Diabetes Walk reaches a new milestone, with more than 1,090,000 participants spread across 2,000 Walk events in 80 countries.
A WDF partner shares how a simple district level Walk campaign became a state level activity, mobilising thousands of people in the fight against diabetes.
The 2016 Global Diabetes Walk was the biggest in the event’s history, with almost 430,000 participants in 78 countries across the globe.
WDF partner continues to raise the bar for the Global Diabetes Walk campaign, mobilising thousands of people in the fight against diabetes.
David Leboho gathered thousands at his first Walk in 2015 – and offers insights into how others can do the same.
The 2015 Global Diabetes Walk was the biggest in the event’s history, with almost 380.000 participants in 65 countries across the globe.
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