28. Jun 2018

WDF funds 24 new projects in first half of 2018

WDF funds 24 new projects in first half of 2018

Gwendolyn Carleton
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.) 

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
(grant withdrawn)

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 (project terminated)

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