Supporting the development and implementation of a school-based intervention programme to promote healthy diets and create an enabling environment for healthy eating in Alexandra and the Southern Cape.
To decentralise diabetes and hypertension care to all primary health facilities using the WHO PEN approach.
In the heart of the Marshall Islands, an ambitious project shows how combining education with new laws can lead to lasting change.
The ‘Diabetes Compass’ is initiated by the World Diabetes Foundation and funded by a 100 million DKK donation by Novo Nordisk A/S and the Novo Nordisk Foundation, helping healthcare workers in low- and middle-income countries to deliver the right diabetes
The project will benefit Indigenous communities in Canada and create a model that could be scaled up or reproduced in similar contexts worldwide.
The project will prevent diabetes in Sololá’s indigenous communities by targeting the community’s diet and lifestyle decision-makers: women.
With flexibility and commitment, a WDF partnership brings ‘welcome and needed’ capacity building to Roraima, Paraíba and Amazonas.
WDF's 2021 fundraiser project will reduce diabetes risk factors in Sololá's indigenous communities by targeting the diet and lifestyle decision-makers: women
Safety first and quality over quantity. Thousands of people took steps in November, keeping the Global Diabetes Walk spirit high in a challenging year.
Smaller Walks, creative competitions, flexible events. Pioneering Walk organisers share their 2020 plans to inspire others.
The project's achievements offer lessons for others working to bring diabetes eye care to under-served populations.
Developing and rolling out a diabetes database system, training HCPs in diabetes and complications management and strengthening civil society.
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