SANTÉ DIABÈTE ACTS IN
COUNTRIES IN AFRICA AND
WORLDWIDE FOR THE
ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE
FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES

Santé Diabète is a Non-Governmental Organization founded in 2001 to respond to the lack of access to healthcare for people with diabetes in Africa and to the failure to take this health emergency into account by development actors at the global level.

For 16 years, Santé Diabète has been acting in countries to save lives through better prevention and management of diabetes and to improve the quality of life of people affected by this chronic disease, while alerting the international community on the challenges regarding diabetes, a disease responsible for one death every 6 seconds in the world.

First present in Mali, Santé Diabète then expanded its programs to Burkina Faso, the Comoros as well as in France (headquarters of the association) with permanent teams in each country and a network of more than 200 local and international partners.

Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that is defined by a permanent too high blood sugar level. 463 million people live with diabetes worldwide. It kills 5 million people a year and is growing very rapidly in Africa.

Santé Diabète in action

To develop strong public policies and sustainably strengthen the health system, the NGO is working with all its partners for better prevention and management of diabetes quality.

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Santé Diabète is hiring

L’ONG Santé Diabète recrute pour son siège de Grenoble (France) mais aussi pour ses délégations pays (Burkina Faso, Mali et Union des Comores). Consultez les offres qui seront publiées progressivement en juillet, août et septembre…