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OUR HISTORICAL MEMBER:
  
  • The Diabetes Association of Trinidad and Tobago (DATT) has been a member of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) since the year 1991. 

  • According to the IDF, approximately 415 million people have diabetes in the world and more than 44.3 million people in the NAC Region; by 2040 this will rise to 60.5 million. 

  • There were 140,300 cases of diabetes in Trinidad and Tobago in 2015.

  • Our Past Presidents are as follows:

    • 1988-1993 - Mr Richard Kokaram​

    • 1993-1994 - Dr Albert Persaud

    • 1994-1998 - Ms Allison White

    • 1998-2000 - Mr Geoffrey Frankson

    • 2000-2005 - Mrs Zobida Ragbirsingh

    • 2005-2008 - Mr Carlton Phillip

    • 2008-2010 - Mrs Zobida Ragbirsingh

    • 2010-2012 - Mr Carlton Phillip

    • 2012-2014 - Mrs Zobida Ragbirsingh

    • 2014-2015 - Mr Carlton Phillip

    • 2015-2018 - Mr Praimraj Boodram

    • 2018- 2020 - Mr Andrew Dhanoo

Our Present Affairs
  
  • Our current events and activities are:

    • Diabetes Symposium​

    • Men's and Women's Forum 

    • Diabetes Expo

    • Family Day

    • DEAPS - Primary Schools Diabetes Quiz

    • Diabetes Annual Calendar Project

    • Biennial General Meeting

    • Annual Convention

    • Rural Outreaches

OUR HISTORICAL MEMBER:
  
  • The Diabetes Association of Trinidad and Tobago (DATT) has been a member of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) since the year 1991. 

  • According to the IDF, approximately 415 million people have diabetes in the world and more than 44.3 million people in the NAC Region; by 2040 this will rise to 60.5 million. 

  • There were 140,300 cases of diabetes in Trinidad and Tobago in 2015.