For management of diabetes in childhood & adolescence in under-resourced countries
The information in these guidelines is aimed to assist healthcare professionals in less-resourced countries to optimise the clinical care of children and young adults with diabetes while considering resource- and cost-related issues.
Second edition 2017 with expanded Nutrition and Pregnancy chapters and various other updates.
The pocketbook is available to download in these languages:
Type 1 diabetes warning signs - posters
To help prevent Diabetic Ketoacidosis
These posters aim to increase awareness of the signs and symptoms of type 1 diabetes so the right diagnosis and swift treatment can be initiated to prevent life-threatening Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA).
These posters can be displayed in hospitals, community centres, churches or mosques, and other common areas.
Guidelines for conducting diabetes camp activities in a less-resourced country
LFAC collaborated with the Diabetes and Education Camping Association (DECA) to develop these guidelines.
Camps offer a unique peer-support opportunity for young people and caregivers, and can enhance diabetes management skills, confidence, and resilience in a fun and safe environment.