Nutrition Chronic Disease

 

 

International Diabetes Federation (IDF)   (Focus on Low-Income Countries) (Portuguese, Spanish)
IDF promotes diabetes care, prevention and a cure worldwide. The site gives links to publications, press releases and diabetes-related programs and meetings.

International Obesity Taskforce (IOTF)
The IOTF is the advocacy arm of the International Association for the Study of Obesity. The site has links to international and academic organizations dealing with obesity and obesity-related chronic diseases (i.e. diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer).

ProCOR  (Focus on Low-Income Countries)  (Portuguese, Spanish)
ProCOR is a global health communication network promoting cardiovascular health in developing countries and other low-resource settings. It promotes exchange of knowledge among health workers, public health professionals, community planners, advocates, policy makers, and information specialists. ProCOR is a program of the Lown Cardiovascular Research Foundation in Brookline, Massachusetts USA.

WHO: Chronic Diseases  (Focus on Low-Income Countries)  (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish)
This site contains information on diet-related conditions such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular diseases. It includes links to technical reports and information about WHO programs plus a ‘country information’ database and a Global InfoBase. Included are links to WHO sites on diabetes and obesity.

 

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