As in many sub-Saharan African countries, the health system is organised to treat acute rather than chronic conditions [10,18,19], with a lack of primary healthcare to tackle chronic diseases such as diabetes [11,12]. Scarcity of data for pathogenesis and subtypes for diabetes in sub-Saharan African communities has led to gaps in documenting epidemiology for the disease.
The observed high mortality in patients with diabetes and high prevalence of diabetes complications is likely to be a consequence of many late diagnosed and poorly controlled cases. However, establishing timely and effective integrated diabetes programmes in the region requires a shift in current public health priorities, and this requires a much better evidence base - both to highlight the scale of the problem and the areas for intervention.
As identified in the WHO Action Plan for the Global Strategy on Noncommunicable Diseases, these tasks require comprehensive efforts from multiple stakeholders, including countries, international organisations, academic institutions, civil society and the private sector.
Given the reports that health centres lack the necessary diagnostic tools it is also likely that screening for diabetes is not routinely performed. It threatens to overwhelm the health care system in the near future [ 7 ]. All questionnaires were in the English language, which is the national official language.
Kenyans who can, independently fund their care [13,14], leaving many diabetics and their families at risk of poverty and poorer health . However, many of these early studies may have underestimated prevalence, due to the use of low sensitivity screening methods and non-standardised diagnostic criteria [ 338990 ].
For those who declined, a second person was interviewed and in their absence the next household was visited. Does the mistrust in law and order and simmering resentment promulgated by these policies not put communities at risk as well? Most of the open access journal articles can be cited with proper reference, which boosts the prospects of research.
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It also indicates very poor attitudes and practices of the community towards diabetes. The digital peer reviewed journals cover the novel and current scientific studies taking place across universities and research centers in various parts of the world.
Due to the work of the professionals as a team, communication is an important and essential component of care for patients with good quality Morgan, Hospital diabetic clinics have been established in the nine provinces  but access remains a challenge due to travel distances .
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Type 2 diabetes is a chronic illness resulting largely from excess body weight and physical inactivity. Like Evelyne, most people living with diabetes in Kenya are diagnosed too late, when preventing complications of the disease is no longer possible.
As ofthe total population of Africa is estimated at billion, representing 17% of the world's population. According to UN estimates, the population of Africa may reach billion by (about 26% of the world's total) and nearly billion by (about 40% of the world's total).
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