World Diabetes Day is every year on November 14, first created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Foundation and the World Health Organization. Diabetes is a chronic disease where the pancreas doesn’t produce enough insulin if any at all. It also leads to serious health conditions and, in many ways, can be preventable. That’s why we take this day to spread awareness and education.
This years Theme: The Nurse and Diabetes.
Nurses play a crucial role in supporting people living with diabetes. Due to COVID 19 situation, we shall not have camps or physical patients’ symposia and health workers conference BUT we shall have- Radio talk shows, news briefs T,V shows and engage our members on our all social media platforms.