Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative (DAFI) Technical Committee:
- Chair: Dr. Silver Bahendeka, IDF Africa Region
- Vice Chair: Dr.Evariste Bouenizabila, IDF Africa Region
- Maïmouna Mbaye: Secretary & Africa Diabetes Foot Care Coordinator
- Dr.Kaushik Ramaiya, IDF Africa Region
- Dr. Line Kleinebreil, UNFM e-education
- Dr Z Abbas, International Working Group on Diabetes Foot, Expert Advisor
- Prof George Ramahandridona, Expert Advisor
- Prof. Andrew Boulton, Expert Advisor
The Parliamentarians for Diabetes Global Network (PDGN) is a major advocacy programme of the International Diabetes Federation.
It was established in December 2013 at the World Diabetes Congress in Melbourne, Australia. Parliamentary representatives from 55 countries met at a special forum for diabetes political champions.
The Parliamentarians agreed to establish the Network on a permanent basis to be led by a team of three officers:
The Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative (DAFI) is being implemented in ten African countries.
The primary objective of the Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative (DAFI) is to prevent lower extremity amputations in sub-Saharan Africa.
The IDF KiDS Diabetes in School Information Pack India is available in English and Hindi. Select your language below.
A summit on Cardiology, Dermatology and Diabetes.
Thu, 03/05/2015 to Sat, 03/07/2015
The IDEA Summit is a unique European event dedicated to collaboration, translational research and technology transfer in the field of diabetes. It offers a one-to-one partnering session enabling Pharma, Biotech, TTOs & Academic Scientists to explore licensing & collaborative opportunities as well as a conference program dedicated to shed light on recent innovations and clinical achievements in the field of diabetes.
Tue, 12/02/2014 to Wed, 12/03/2014
The Global Diabetes Scorecard - published by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) - contains the views of 125 IDF Member Associations from 104 countries on how far their national governments have progressed in responding to the diabetes challenge by December 2013 and sets the baseline for future monitoring.