Saturday Snapshots (DblogWeek #6)

Living with diabetes is different and challenging in various parts of the world, as this site aims to express and explore. I thought it would be appropriate to share some images of diabetes from the initiatives around the globe that I’ve connected with. I think the photos help to demonstrate some of the similar challenges everyone with diabetes faces, no matter where we live. They also remind us what we might take for granted on a day to day basis in terms of diabetes care and access to medication and education.

Thanks to my international friends for these photos and thanks to the amazing organisations worldwide supporting people living with diabetes.

Do you know about an initiative that you think we should know about, too? Please get in touch and let us know by emailing elizabeth@t1international.com!

Click on any of the photos to see a larger version and read the full caption.

 

 

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12 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshots (DblogWeek #6)

    1. ERowley Post author

      Thank you, Meagan! Please feel free to share them with others so we can all work together to do more. 🙂 Happy Saturday!

      Reply
  1. nldiabetic

    Thank you for raising awareness, providing these people hope and for making us aware how truly lucky we are. This was a wonderful post. You’ve given me a lot to think about.

    Reply
  2. ERowley Post author

    Thank you for checking it out, Kyle, and for thinking about the issues. Let us know if you want to get involved in spreading awareness, too, or collaborating in some way. 🙂 Have a great day.

    Reply
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