T1International has connections with an extensive network of NGOs, diabetes associations
and groups, activists, researchers, health facilities, and other stakeholders.

Individuals & Organisations

We regularly work with and connect individuals to people and organisations that can support them. We will do our utmost to connect you with people and resources that can benefit you the most.

A large group of diverse people stand holding signs that read 'Meds Cost Lives' and 'People over Profit' outside the World Health Assembly


T1International does not accept pharmaceutical industry funding or any funds that would compromise or influence our ability to advocate. However, we are committed to working in the spirit of openness, collaboration and partnership to advocate for systemic change. We are always willing to have an open and respectful dialogue with any individual or organization, even if our opinions differ. 

We believe that by working together we can make a bigger impact in the lives of people living with diabetes than if we were only working as individual organisations. We are proud to work in partnership with the Sonia Nabeta Foundation for our joint Pamoja Advocacy Program, and with many other partners all over the globe.

In 2014 T1International founded the Access Alliance, a network of charities and organisations working in various locations around the world, all focused on diabetes. We support each other’s initiatives and advocate for access to healthcare, education, medication and supplies. T1International is also part of the European Alliance for Responsible R&D and Affordable Medicines.

A group of African advocates with type 1 diabetes from Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania stand smiling with their country flags


Are you a researcher that would like to connect with type 1 diabetes populations around the world? Get in touch and we can facilitate introductions.