Pocketbook for Management of Diabetes in Childhood and Adolescence in Under-Resourced Countries

Life for a Child first adapted and developed these guidelines in 2013, using material from the ISPAD (International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes) Guidelines and other resources.

For this second edition, LFAC and colleagues from ISPAD have expanded the Nutrition and Pregnancy chapters and made various other updates. Flow charts will accompany the guidelines.

French, Spanish and Russian versions are planned.

Guidelines for Conducting Diabetes Camp Activities in a Less-Resourced Country

LFAC collaborated with the Diabetes and Education Camping Association (DECA) to develop these guidelines.

We encourage LFAC-supported countries to conduct day, weekend or week-long camps. These activities are very beneficial for children and young people with diabetes, reducing isolation and helping participants to learn more about diabetes in a safe and fun environment.

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