Giving children a chance: The new face of diabetes care in Guinea
Every child deserves a healthy and happy childhood. But for people like Bilkhissa who grew up with type 1 diabetes, limited access to services, poverty, and stigma can make this complicated. Discover the programme in Guinea striving for visibility, through improving diagnosis of diabetes in children, as well as helping them to handle their condition - along with stigma - so they can thrive.
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