Diabetes Youth Care

DIABETES YOUTH CARE 4 ONE CARE YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING WITH DIABETES SUPPORT YOU DESERVE IT SMILE

Young people
living with diabetes

Sharing stories on
diabetes management

Volunteering to
Care4One

Dieting and
diabetes management

A hand to Care4One

Education, Support & Socialize young people living with diabetes

Diabetes education and medical support group to improve the quality of life of young people and families affected by diabetes. Our support is to encourage personal growth, knowledge acquisition and independence among young people living with diabetes;

bridging the age differences and cultural barriers towards an effective and efficient access to chronic disease management. We have been caring for one since 2012.

1M+

People live with
diabetes in Ghana

12K+

People reached with
Diabetes awareness

250+

Young people living with
diabetes in our care

30+

Volunteers
Caring4One

Donate to Care4One

Your donations will go a long way to support us with our medical supplies, printing of our educational
materials and activities. You may please donate through the account below.

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Join the team of lovers who by their will and actions are causing positive change in the lives of young
people living with Diabetes. Become a volunteer today and let us save lives.

How your Hand4One translates
into sharing the DYC Care4One experience...

DYC Cared4One

  • I was 14 years when I was diagnosed with T1 Diabetes. I was very miserable at the time because my physique changed and people kept staring. DYC and my immediate family has supported me to take great care of myself and currently pursuing my dreams job as a fashion designer. #DiabetesWontStopMe

    Israel

  • My journey with Diabetes with it’s ups and downs started at age 14 because my bad eating habit was very difficult to overcome. My family has been there for me and I have gotten a bigger family with DYC. My understanding of diabetes has improved with DYC and I cannot wait to finish Nursing School and train as a Public Health Nurse. #T1DiabetesWarrior.

    Juliet

  • At age 12 I was diagnosed of T1 Diabetes. It came as a shock to me considering the fact that I was going to inject myself from that day onward. Apart from my close family who have treaeted me very well, DYC has been a great support and a great family who knows exactly what I am going through. #DiabetesWontStopMe!

    Nana Durowaah