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Chair of the Organizing Committee, Prof. Jean Claude MBANYA

The prevalence of both Diabetes and Impaired Glucose Tolerance is expected to double over the next 25 years. Currently, over two-thirds of people living with diabetes on the continent are undiagnosed being the highest worldwide. With Africa spending a meagre 0.5% of global health expenditure on diabetes, it is imperative that the Africa Diabetes community come together to generate innovative home-grown solutions for optimal prevention, detection and management of diabetes on the continent.

The Africa Diabetes Congress Limited is proud to organize the 4th Africa Diabetes Congress in Yaoundé, Cameroon, from the 3rd – 5th of April 2019. The congress has been themed: “Diabetes and Digital Health. The Congress will be a perfect opportunity for the African Diabetes community to cross fertilize and also mingle with international renowned experts in diabetes. We are putting together an exciting scientific programme of the most recent diabetes evidence and best practice that will underpin the improvement in diabetes care, treatment and prevention adapted to the Africa region. This programme will include the following activities:

  • 02 plenary lectures
  • 08 Continues medical education sessions
  • 25 Symposia
    • state-of-the-art lectures
    • meet the expert sessions
    • Afternoon symposia
  • 10 Corporate symposia
  • 03 Professional meetings
  • 48 Oral presentations
  • Over 100 posters for discussion
  • Over 100 published only abstracts

The scientific sessions of the 4th Africa Diabetes Congress will be organized in 4 parallel streams to accommodate the vast majority of our delegates and speakers.

  • Education and patients
  • Clinical
  • Basic sciences and physiology
  • Epidemiology public health
  • Endocrinology (including paediatrics and reproductive)

Please kindly refer to the Preliminary Congress Programme page on this website