Our mission is to improve access to and quality of diabetes care for vulnerable people in humanitarian crises and stop the preventable disability and death of people living with diabetes in these settings.
Member organizations of the alliance are motivated by universal medical ethics and the humanitarian principles of impartiality and neutrality. We work collectively to improve the delivery of diabetes care to save lives, reduce suffering, promote dignity, reduce disability, and strengthen resilience of people living in low- and middle-income countries and affected by crises. To do this, member organizations contribute their distinct skills, experience and capacities to develop and implement effective multi-sectoral approaches that address the operational and policy challenges that limit provision of care to the most marginalized people.
We envision a world where vulnerable people living in humanitarian settings have access to quality diabetes care and no one dies from lack of care.