NGO Santé Diabète
International missions

Santé Diabète provides technical advice and assessment missions in the field of diabetes prevention and management.

These international missions allow us to support other countries that seek our expertise and the transfer of knowledge.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Technical advice translates into support missions in the following areas :

  • the drafting of national policies for the response to diabetes,
  • the drafting of the standards and procedures part of these political documents,
  • the formulation of the various operational documents for the implementation of these policies,
  • the formulation of monitoring and evaluation processes for these policies.
  • 1 These assessment missions are organized into short-term missions to develop diabetes national policies including the different stages of the project management cycle (identification, formulation, monitoring and assessment).
  • 2 Evaluation missions are organized as short-term missions to carry out evaluations of national policies or projects to combat diabetes.
  • 3 The significant experience acquired by Santé Diabète in strengthening health systems also enables it to offer technical advice and monitoring or assessment missions more broadly in the field of public health.

ONGOING INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS

SUPPORT TO THE TOGO MINISTRY OF HEALTH

Santé Diabète has supported the government of Mali in setting up a diabetes consultation register. This consultation register of people with diabetes was created with the aim of collecting useful information on patients, order to obtain reliable data related to the consultation of patients while feeding the health information system.

The Togolese Ministry of Health, which wanted to develop such a national register, called on Santé Diabète in 2017 for a 7-day expert mission to support this reflection based on the experience and collection tools developed in Mali.

SUPPORT TO THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION OFFICE OF MAURITIUS

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) represent the main cause of death (87%) and disability in Mauritius. Four NCDs (cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and diabetes) alone account for 23% of these premature deaths.

In Mauritius, Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) play a critical role in the society. Establishing lasting partnerships between NGOs and the Ministry of Health is therefore essential to fight against this explosion of NCDs.

This is why the Ministry of Health and Quality of Life (MOHQL), in collaboration with the Mauritius Council of Social Services (MACOSS) and the World Health Organization (WHO), has launched a pilot project, funded by the French government, so that the NGO Santé Diabète supports the development of a comprehensive joint action plan of NGOs identified as active in the field of the fight against NCDs that is in perfect synergy with the strategic frameworks of the Mauritius Ministry of Health and Quality of Life. This action took place from June to November 2019.