World Diabetes Day resources

World Diabetes Day (WDD) is the primary global awareness campaign of the diabetes community. A variety of resources are available to help mark the day, raise awareness of diabetes and show your support for the 415 million people currently living with diabetes. The theme of WDD 2017 is Women and Diabetes: our right to a healthy future.

If you are interested in adapting or reproducing any of the resources, please contact wdd@idf.org.

  • WDD17 Campaign Toolkit

    The World Diabetes Day 2017 toolkit contains all you need to know about the Women and Diabetes campaign, including key messages, resources and ideas on how you can take part.

  • WDD17 Infographic #1 - 1 in 10 women living with diabetes

    An infographic highlighting the prevalence of diabetes in women and the importance of access to care and education to improve health outcomes.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Infographic #2 - 1 in 7 births is affected by gestational diabetes

    An infographic highlighting the prevalence of gestational diabetes and the threat that it poses to the health of mother and child.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Infographic #3 - women and girls are key agents in the adoption of healthy lifestyles

    An infographic highlighting the role that women and girls can play in the prevention of type 2 diabetes.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 poster - 1 in 10 women living with diabetes (version 1)

    Poster for the World Diabetes Day 2017 campaign highlighting that many women living with diabetes do not have access to education, treatment and care.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Poster - 1 in 10 women living with diabetes (version 2)

    Poster for the World Diabetes Day 2017 campaign highlighting that many women living with diabetes do not have access to education, treatment and care.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Poster - 1 in 10 women living with diabetes (version 3)

    Poster for the World Diabetes Day 2017 campaign highlighting that many women living with diabetes do not have access to education, treatment and care.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Poster - 1 in 10 women living with diabetes (version 4)

    Poster for the World Diabetes Day 2017 campaign highlighting that many women living with diabetes do not have access to education, treatment and care.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Poster - 1 in 7 births is affected by gestational diabetes (version 1)

    Poster for World Diabetes Day 2017 highlighting the importance of access to screening, care and education to help protect the health of mother and child.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Poster - 1 in 7 births is affected by gestational diabetes (version 2)

    Poster for World Diabetes Day 2017 highlighting the importance of access to screening, care and education to help protect the health of mother and child.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Poster - 1 in 7 births is affected by gestational diabetes (version 3)

    Poster for World Diabetes Day 2017 highlighting the importance of access to screening, care and education to help protect the health of mother and child.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • WDD17 Poster - 1 in 7 births is affected by gestational diabetes (version 4)

    Poster for World Diabetes Day 2017 highlighting the importance of access to screening, care and education to help protect the health of mother and child.

    Italian translation kindly provided by Diabete Italia Onlus.

  • World Diabetes Day logo

    The World Diabetes Day logo is the blue circle – the global symbol for diabetes. IDF welcomes the widespread use of the WDD logo to raise diabetes awareness.

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