International Diabetes Day
An informatic session to teach the people the risks of the disease along with ways to measure and control the sugar levels.
By Mohammed Loqman Taib in Hussenia | 14th November, 2023 | English
In commemoration of International Diabetes Day, Harikar NGO took a proactive step toward community well-being by organizing a specialized session facilitated by our dedicated Community Outreach Volunteers with the help of a nurse from the community (Saadon Mohammed Ahmed). The primary aim was to equip a selected portion of the community with essential knowledge and tools for effectively managing diabetes. This initiative aligns with our commitment to fostering health awareness and empowerment within the communities we serve.
- Educational Empowerment: Provide comprehensive education on the use of glucose meter devices.
- Hands-On Learning: Facilitate a practical session for community members to learn the proper use of the device.
- Accessible Tools: Giving away glucose meter devices to enable individuals to monitoring their own health.
The session proved to be a pivotal moment in the lives of the participants. Our dedicated Outreach Volunteers not only shared crucial information on diabetes management but also provided tangible tools to support ongoing health monitoring. By ensuring access to glucose meters, we are enabling individuals to take charge of their health, fostering a proactive approach to diabetes management.
The impact extends beyond the immediate recipients of the devices. The ripple effect within the community creates a culture of shared knowledge, where individuals become advocates for healthier living. As Harikar NGO continues to champion such initiatives, we envision a community that is not only informed but actively engaged in prioritizing and maintaining their well-being.
In conclusion, our International Diabetes Day activity exemplifies Harikar NGO's commitment to empowering, educating, and supporting the community. Through strategic initiatives like these, we strive to create lasting positive changes in the lives of those we serve, promoting a healthier and more resilient community.