People with Type 1 Diabetes in South-East Asia need help
Life-saving medical care is too hard to reach for many. Our Clinic Support Programme helps disadvantaged young people with Type 1 Diabetes access insulin and other supplies they need to survive for free.
A4D Medical Support Programme
Access to basic healthcare is a human right. Our Medical Support Programme means that no matter where someone is from, or how much money they have, they can regularly inject insulin and test their blood sugar levels.
Since starting in 2015, A4D has:
Provided continual T1D support to 580+ disadvantaged young people.
Conducted 1500+ HbA1c tests in under-resourced care settings.
Partnered with 23 T1D clinics across six countries.
Supplied 35,000+ cartridges of life-saving insulin for free.
Enabled 1.6+ million blood glucose tests
What does continual support mean?
The care we provide is not sporadic. Each young person that joins our Medical Support Programme will have free access to insulin and essential medical care until they can live independently.
A4D has a unique capacity to closely monitor the progress of the young people we support across South-East Asia. Our commitment is to give each individual the opportunity to live a full and active life alongside the condition.