The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland in the Medical University of Bahrain have played an active role in research in diabetes-related issues in Bahrain, in community engagement and outreach programs and in educational activities geared at the youth and adolescent population of Bahrain. diabetes.bh has brought on RCSI as a partner and contributor to diabetes.bh to share its experiences, research and data and to allow for greater collaboration with the diabetes community in Bahrain.
As Bahrain’s first social impact consultancy and think-do-tank, which focuses on multi-stakeholder sustainable and regenerative development, 3BL was the ideal partner to initiate the diabetes.bh project with. The web platform is currently incubated under 3BL, and it is helping with the outreach to stakeholders and collaboration on the website.
A key part of the fight against diabetes is based on nutrition, and the Organics Foods & Café have understood this and held several diabetes-related events and initiatives in the past. The owners and staff have shown a key interest in being a partner and contributor to the diabetes.bh initiative. Its aims and objectives in partnering with diabetes.bh is to showcase its events and share experiences on nutrition and diabetes with the general public.
It delivers comprehensive and dynamic research in the areas of related to diabetes. It also hosts a number of leading specialists in diabetes in Bahrain who have shown a keen passion for educating and raising awareness of diabetes in the public. They provide several services and are experts in fields related to diabetes and will be partnering with diabetes.bh to provide content and expertise.
Three Bahraini adventurists who embarked on a journey across India in an auto-rickshaw in 2011. They conducted diabetes interviews with specialists, nutritionists, patients and medical students during the trip and initiated the work on the diabetes.bh platform in 2012.