WDF supports 31 new projects in second half of 2016

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