What We Do

What We Do

We provide young people living with type 1 diabetes in under-resourced countries with insulin, a blood glucose monitor and test strips, and diabetes education.

Where we work

We work with diabetes clinics in 42 under-resourced countries to give life-saving care to over 21,000 young people living with type 1 diabetes.

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Research and Impact

We have an active research agenda in aspects of diabetes in young people in under-resourced countries.

This work is funded by The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.

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Diabetes Education Materials

We believe diabetes education is critical to diabetes management and work to make education materials more widely available.

Here we have collated a library of diabetes education materials in 18 languages.

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Advocacy

We support our local partners as they work towards sustainability.

To facilitate this work, we are focused on two key areas: health systems reform and advocacy.

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