IDF Europe is an inclusive and multicultural umbrella organization of 69 national diabetes associations in 44 countries across the European region, representing people living with diabetes and healthcare professionals. Through our activities we aim to influence policy, increase public awareness and encourage health improvement, as well as promote the exchange of best practice and high-quality information about diabetes throughout the European region. .
IDF Europe receives funding from a number of different sources and projects. The Guiding Principles for IDF Europe Partnership can be found here.
IDF Europe would not exist without its Members. National diabetes associations and their continuous work to raise awareness on diabetes are at the heart of our Federation.
IDF Europe is proud to represent a wide and diverse multicultural network of national diabetes associations representing people living with diabetes, healthcare professionals, researchers and educational institutions.
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The ultimate decision maker in IDF Europe is the Regional Council which convenes all IDF Europe Members yearly. The Council reviews the Federation's activities for the past year, discusses and adopts an operational plan for the next year, discusses and approves the budget and elects its representatives in the Board of Management.
Each Country, represented by Members, has from 1 to 6 delegates, the same as for the IDF General Assembly, who represent the country.
For more information on IDF Europe's Regional Council, contact Lala Rabemananjara at Lala@idf-europe.org.
IDF EUROPE BOARD
The IDF Europe Regional Board is elected every two years by the Regional Council.
The IDF Europe staff manages the daily business of the Federation from the Brussels office. It also receives invaluable support from interns and staff exchange with national diabetes associations across Europe every 6 months. The latest annual financial statement is available here
IDF Europe seeks to partner with responsible corporations, foundations or public entities to advance its mission to promote diabetes care, prevention and a cure in Europe and worldwide. Read here on How to become a partner.