“Our ambition is to enable better diabetes care around the world through access to sustainable solutions, and to improve the quality of life for people living with diabetes, no matter where they live. This is a shared responsibility with local health systems, and we are committed to play our part.”

Sanofi supported diabetes programs are helping to address unmet needs around access and education across the world, to support people living with diabetes to improve their management and give them a better understanding of their own disease. Additionally, they provide educators, healthcare professionals and carers with a better understanding of diabetes. To date, Sanofi supports multiple programs worldwide, focusing on these areas:

Educational programs

Patient support programs

Access focused programs

KiDS is an initiative launched in 2013 to foster a school environment that creates better understanding of diabetes and supports children with diabetes through a range of resources. KiDS targets children (aged 6-14), parents, teachers, school doctors, policymakers, and government officials.

Its objectives:

  • Tackle diabetes-related stigmatization
  • Support children with T1D to manage their condition at school
  • Highlight preventable risk factors for T2D
  • Promote healthier lifestyles to a younger audience
Théo Curin

See the Global KiDS impact in this infographic