Why we do this

There are an estimated 137500 children and
adolescents in India with type 1 diabetes,
and the numbers are increasing by leaps and bounds.


Helping. Healing. Caring

We aim to empower children with diabetes,
whose number is alarmingly increasing in India.


Give a Child a Start

We worry about what a child will become tomorrow,
yet we forget that he is someone today.





Diabetic Child Society Mission

Transformation of the lives of children with Type 1 Diabetes.


Want to Help? Sponsor or Donate!

We will provide the pics of children receiving glucometers, insulin, CGM to OUR GENEROUS DONORS


Thanks to all those who supported us:

1. International Diabetes Federation, Life for a Child Program.

2. Sanofi India, PPHF – Type 1 diabetes program in collaboration with RSSDI’s Type 1 Diabetes Network.

3. Dr.V.K.Raju, USA.

4. Ms.Uma, Hyderabad.

5. AMCOSA Visakhapatnam.

6. Doctors of Visakhapatnam.

7. Members of the Lions Club and Inner Wheel Club, Visakhapatnam.

8. Visakha Eye Hospital, Sankar foundation Eye Hospital.

9. Philanthropists, Pharmaceutical Companies.

Received DMDSC Type 1 diabetes ambassador award in the
presence of Dr. Jitendra singh Hon union minister.


1. World Diabetes Day is celebrated every year by the Society with the slogan “Unite for Children with Diabetes”. Awareness is created about Diabetes in children to the public by distributing Pamphlets in the regional language.

2. Diabetic Child Society was involved in the KIDS Program of Sanofi Aventis India – the objective was to Sensitize Schools about Type 1 Diabetes in children. The Society started programs for teachers in a couple of schools like Sri Satya Sai Vidya Vihar and Govt schools.

3. Public education programs on diet and diabetes – GITAM College of management, Bullayya College, Sun school Vizianagaram, Lions Club members, Online webinars.

4. October 2nd 2016 – Daan Utsav – joy of giving week 2016
Sri. Omkareshwar, Principal commissioner of Income Tax and Sri B.G.Reddy Principal Commissioner of Income tax shared their views on importance of educating and to bring out awareness about diabetes especially in children and their families.

5. Aug 30th 2015 The society organized its first annual CME for health care professionals. 225 physicians and pediatricians were educated about management of Diabetes in Young and adolescents by leading endocrinologists in India.

6. March 14 2015 – IDF – Life for a Child Support Program.


Our Impact 2013-2021

This is the impact YOU have helped us achieve till now
Children impacted
350 children

A Vizag based non-profit organisation registered as a Society under the
Andhra Pradesh Societies Registration Act 2001(Act 35 of 2001)