Driving change to improve access to diabetes care
Millions of people struggle to access the diabetes care they need. Either because they cannot afford to pay for services and medicines out-of-pocket or because it is simply not available. This can have devastating consequences for individuals, families and communities. In fact, diabetes is the only major non-communicable disease (NCD) for which the risk of dying early is going up rather than down1.
The challenges are significant but solving them is not impossible.
It takes collaboration and the knowledge and skills from many