WDF funds 24 new projects in first half of 2018

The new projects will strengthen diabetes prevention and care for men, women and children – at home and in crisis situations – around the world.
Members of A.MA.DIA, WDF’s partner in Madagascar, during a 2016 outing. A new A.MA.DIA project is among those that received funding in the first half of 2018.

Below is a list of the new partnership projects that received WDF funding in the first six months of 2018. (Several advocacy projects also received funding during this period; these are not listed.) Links to project descriptions will be added as they become available.

New projects signed in first half of 2018

 

Angola

WDF17-1498

Improving diabetes diagnosis and management in Luanda Province

Bangladesh

WDF17-1552

Diabetes prevention through religious leaders in Bangladesh

Belize

WDF16-1485

Belize diabetes self-management care and training

Bolivia

WDF16-1417

The Bolivian DR screening and treatment programme

Colombia

WDF17-1478

Diabetes care program in rural Colombia

Colombia

WDF17-1463

Childhood, diabetes and healthy eating

Georgia

WDF17-1471

Improved control of diabetes in remote areas in Kvemo Kartli region

Global

WDF18-1581

Inception phase towards the establishment of a global platform on diabetes in humanitarian settings

Guatemala

WDF17-1489

Diabetes self-management education for individuals with T2DM in rural Guatemala

India

WDF16-1357

Prevention and management of diabetic foot in Kerala

India

WDF16-1358

Hyperglycemia in pregnancy: Building capacity

India

WDF17-1482

Prevention and care of diabetes prioritising diabetic foot care, West Bengal

Kyrgyzstan

WDF17-1497

Enhancing prevention and treatment of diabetic foot in Kyrgyzstan

Lebanon

WDF17-1468

Diabetic clinics for Syrian refugees

Liberia

WDF17-1488

Prevention and care of diabetes

Madagascar

WDF15-1321

Improving integrated diabetes support in Madagascar

Malawi

WDF17-1464

Expanding access and quality of diabetes care in Malawi

Nepal

WDF17-1483

Nurse-led continuum of care approach for addressing diabetes in Nepal

Nicaragua

WDF17-1461

Families united against diabetes

Nigeria

WDF16-1433

Strengthening diabetes care in Lagos state through 4 model diabetes clinics

Nigeria

WDF17-1474

Diabetes awareness and care project in Nigeria

Peru

WDF16-1411

Pilot project on training for control of gestational diabetes at primary care level

Swaziland

WDF16-1467

Integrating diabetes screening into HIV services in Swaziland

Togo

WDF17-1537

Diabetes and HIV/AIDS prevention and care in Togo