• History

    The Assembly of First Nations declared 1995 as the Year of First Nations and Diabetes. In the same year, the National Aboriginal Diabetes Association (NADA) was formed as a result of a decision reached at the 3rd International Conference on Diabetes and Indigenous Peoples with active participation of the SUGAR (Strategies for Undermining Glucose in…

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  • Membership

    Membership continues to grow and this continued financial support assists NADA in fulfilling its goals and objectives.  The proceeds from membership fees go to funding our activities and projects whether you are a community, health professional or corporate member.

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  • Reports

    NADA’s Annual Reports are distributed to our members 21 days prior to the Annual General Assembly. The reports include NADA’s activities and audited financial statements. NADA keeps current information for the past 2 years only. If you need older reports, please go to archives or contact us.

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Just Move It

We are pleased to announce the expansion of Just Move It (JMI). The new Statement of Partnership was signed on November 26, 2013 between the National Aboriginal Diabetes Association (NADA), Assembly of First Nations (AFN), Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK), and Healthy Native Communities Partnership (HNCP).

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Hope Air Diabetes Flights Program

In 2013, Hope Air arranged over 200 free flights for people who needed medical support for diabetes and related complications that were not available in their home communities. In early 2014, Hope Air received a generous corporate donation to expand the program.

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National Aboriginal Diabetes Association Inc.
103-90 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
R3C 4H1

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Diabetes, Depression and Hope - Jan 18th, 12:00 to 1:30pm CDT

Presenters: Dr. Ian Whetter, from Northern Connections, and Catherine MacDonald from the Maestro Project.

People with diabetes can struggle with mental health issues, including depression. In this webinar will share decolonized strength-based insights in this struggle with diabetes.

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This webinar is a partnership between Partners for Engagement and Knowledge Exchange - PEKE, National Aboriginal Diabetes Association and Saint Elizabeth First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program.
  • Medicine walk at 2016 National Indigenous Diabetes Prevention Conference

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