THERE’S urgent need for a food movement in Jamaica. With nearly 400 million people worldwide living with diabetes and almost 5 million having died in 2013 alone from diabetes complications, one man has made it his mission to fight tirelessly to represent the voice of these people. So far – through its annual luncheon award and recent golf tournament – the club has managed to raise US$10,000. We’ve now moved the clinics to The Diabetic Association of Jamaica, St. Some of the fund-raising efforts included the Club’s 2013 Golf Tournament and Luncheon Awards, which netted US$10,000, as well as pledges raised and cash contributions to a special account with the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS), who partnered with the Kiwanians on the project. The first indication is a burning sensation in the area, usually followed by a formation of a blister. There are other complications surrounding the kidney problems.
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