Nassau, The Bahamas – Scotiabank is proud to support World Diabetes Day (WDD), celebrated on November 14 of each year.
“We are committed to helping young people become better off and are thrilled to partner with The Bahamas Diabetic Association to raise awareness as diabetes is prevalent among our population, impacting adults and children,” said Nakera Symonette, Senior Manager, Marketing, Scotiabank.
As a leader in the field of diabetes, Sanofi US supports education for patients living with this condition. Diabetes camps play an important role in helping patients better understand and live with diabetes, and we support camps for children and/or adults by donating insulin for use at qualifying 501(c)(3)organizations. On World Diabetes Day, Sanofi US would like to share the efforts of our NA Corporate Social Responsibility team and the impact they made this year as it relates to these camps.
“Every voice, One Future” - spread the word and support World Diabetes Day
On November 14, Sanofi is joining forces with the World Diabetes Day for the third consecutive year and is launching the “Every Voice, One Future” campaign to encourage everyone to speak out about diabetes and share their experiences to “protect the future” together.
This campaign will locally adapt the messages of the International Diabetes Federation to inform, educate and empower everyone to prevent an explosion of the epidemic (1) and protect future generations.
Novo Nordisk and the Malaysian Ministry of Health are taking steps to prevent diabetes with a partnership encouraging young couples to adopt healthier habits - before they begin having children.
November 14, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Today, Novo Nordisk entered into a public private partnership with the Malaysian Ministry of Health to prevent diabetes through a health promotion programme targeting young couples. The Jom Mama programme builds on research showing that women entering pregnancy overweight or obese increases the risk of developing non-communicable diseases, including type 2 diabetes, in both mother and child in later years of life.
LifeScan, Inc. supplies one million test strips and encourages support for International Diabetes Federation’s Life for a Child program
MILPITAS, Calif., November 12, 2012 /3BL Media/ – As part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Diabetes Companies, LifeScan, Inc. announced today support of the International Diabetes Federation’s (IDF) Life for a Child program with a donation of one million OneTouch® Brand test strips to children with diabetes in seven developing countries (Mali, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Guyana, Guatemala). This donation represents the Johnson & Johnson Family of Diabetes Companies’ recognition of World Diabetes Day on Nov. 14.