02. Jan 2017

WDF supports 31 new projects in second half of 2016

Gwendolyn Carleton
The projects will build diabetes capacity and improve care in clinics and communities around the developing world.
A woman and child awaiting diabetes care in a Gujarat clinic. Six new Indian projects are among those funded by the WDF in the second half of 2016.

Below is a list of the new partnership projects that received WDF funding in the second six months of 2016. (Several advocacy projects also received funding in the second half of the year; these are not listed.)  

Project descriptions will be added to the WDF website soon.

 

New projects signed in second half of 2016
 

Country

ID

Description

Argentina

WDF15-1314 Education for women with hyperglycemia in pregnancy

Armenia

WDF15-1308 Diabetes prevention and self-care for the vulnerable

Benin

WDF16-1342 Diabetes foot care and prevention in Benin

Brazil

WDF15-1231 Expansion of training and education in diabetes 

Brazil

WDF15-1234 Integrated diabetes and hypertension care in the Tauá region in Ceará state 

Burundi

WDF15-953

Awareness campaign for diabetes screening in patients with TB

Cambodia

WDF15-1303

Coordinated DM-TB services in Cambodia (Phase II)

China

WDF15-1290

Integrated diabetic rural eye care

Colombia

WDF16-1378

‘Te Veo y Ves’ (‘Be Seen and See’)

Haiti

WDF15-1236

Community-based accompaniment for diabetes

Haiti

WDF15-1300 Diabetes foot and pregnancy care

India/Manipur

WDF16-1360 Diabetes prevention and treatment with a focus on diabetes foot care

India/W Bengal

WDF15-1284

Diabetes awareness program to rural poor in West Bengal

India/Maharashtra

WDF15-1288 Community based diabetes prevention

India/Uttar Pradesh

WDF15-951 Capacity building for prevention of GDM complications in the public health system
 

India/Assam

WDF15-956 Comprehensive diabetes management in Assam
India/Gujurat

WDF16-1372

Improvement of Type 1 diabetes management in Gujarat
Indonesia

WDF15-1269

Improving primary care gestational diabetes management
Ivory Coast

WDF15-1226

Reducing progression and impact of diabetes complications in five regions in Cote d’Ivoire
Liberia WDF15-1273

Community-based diabetes care

Mexico

WDF14-939 School-based diabetes prevention program

Mexico

WDF15-1228 Specialised diabetes clinic, Iztapalapa district, Mexico City
Mozambique

WDF12-745

Primary health care integrated with diabetes 

Pakistan

WDF15-1272 Footwear for every diabetic 
Philippines

WDF15-1315

Increasing access to multidisciplinary diabetes care – phase II
Papua New Guinea WDF15-1276

Increased awareness of and access to diabetes and TB care

Sri Lanka WDF15-1291

Sri Lanka Diabetes and CVD initiative 

Sudan WDF16-1343

Control of diabetic retinopathy in Sudan

Uzbekistan WDF16-1371

Strategy of prevention and monitoring of gestational diabetes in Uzbekistan

Vietnam WDF15-964

Comprehensive approach to diabetic eye eare

Zambia WDF15-1320

Improve pharmaceutical diabetes care Zambia