382 million people suffer from diabetes whose 80% live in low and medium income countries
Santé Diabète acts to improve prevention and care of diabetes in Africa
The work of Santé Diabète and local partners permitted to divide by two the cost of insulin in Mali
On Monday, August the 31, the NGO Santé Diabète’s CEO will start a new season with his chronicle about nutrition “Health by eating".
Every monday at 10:55am (french time), a new 3-minute episode of the chronicle will be live broadcasted at the end of the “Priorité Santé” show on Radio France Internationale (RFI). The “Priorité Santé” programm, moderated by Claire Hedon, aims at developping sensibilisation among listeners about general health matters, by answering auditors questions.
Since the beginning of 2014, 5 African doctors, who are taking part in the Diploma of Specialized Education in Endocrinology led by Santé Diabète, have followed internships ending-study in France. One of them, Dr. Togo, responsible for monitoring of children with type 1 diabetes at the Hôpital du Mali, has conducted in the University Hospital of Grenoble a 3-months internship but has also participated in the stay of therapeutic education organized by the Assistance to Young Diabetics.