This program is recognised for excellence in providing education to primary care physicians in the management of diabetes mellitus by South Asian Federation of Endocrine Societies (SAFES)
Government and International Collaborations
Government
⅀ National Rural Health Mission, Government of Kerala
National Rural Health Mission, Government of Kerala adopted CCEBDM program for the capacity building of 125 medical officers. All medical officers successfully completed the program under 5 training centres all across the state in 2014.
Hon’ble Health Minister of Kerala Shri V.S. Sivakumar inaugurating the launch of CCEBDM Training program for the training of 125 Medical officers from 14 districts from the State of Kerala were selected for this course.
⅀ Kolkata Municipal Corporation, Government of West Bengal
Kolkata Municipal Corporation, Government of West Bengal adopted CCEBDM program for the training of 20 medical officers. PHFI in collaboration of Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) and Kolkata Diabetes and Endocrinology Forum (KDEF) successful completed the training in 2015.
Hon’ble Mayor of Kolkata Shri Sovan Chattopadhyay exchanging the MoU of adopting CCEBDM with Dr Prabhakaran, Executive Director, Centre of Excellence CARRS, PHFI in the presence of Shri Atin Ghosh Hon’ble Mayor-in-Council (Health & Engineering) for training of 20 medical officer
⅀ National Health Mission, Government of Madhya Pradesh
National Health Mission, Government of Madhya Pradesh adopted CCEBDM program for the training of 213 medical officers in 2016. A total of 140 medical officers have successfully completed the program under 7 centres in 2017. Following the success of first batch, National Health Mission has approved the training of other medical officers in second batch.
Shri V Kiran Gopal, IAS and Dr Sandeep Bhalla Exchanging MoU for training of 210 medical officers under CCEBDM in 7 divisions of the Madhya Pradesh
⅀ National Health Mission, Government of Mizoram
National Health Mission, Government of Mizoram adopted CCEBDM program with the support of Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region for the training of 20 medical officers. Eighty five percent (85%) medical officer completed the program at Mizoram centre in 2018.
⅀ State Institute of Health and Family Welfare & National Health Mission, Government of Haryana
State Institute of Health and Family Welfare & National Health Mission, Government of Haryana adopted CCEBDM program for the training of 30 medical officers. Twenty nine (29) out of 30 medical officers successfully completed the program in 2018.
⅀ National Health Mission, Government of Odisha
National Health Mission, Government of Odisha adopted CCEBDM program for the training of 200 medical officers. Training program will commence at 10 centres across the state from 2019
International
⅀ Bangladesh
Bangladesh Society of Medicine registered under Ministry of Social Welfare in collaboration with PHFI signed MOU to implement CCEBDM program in Bangladesh.
⅀ Myanmar
Myanmar Society of Endocrinology & Metabolism (MSEM) & Myanmar Diabetes Association (MMDA) adopted CCEBDM program for building the capacity of Physicians of Myanmar in the field of diabetes management on 28th January 2018 at Yangon.
⅀ Afghanistan
PHFI and two premier organizations of Afghanistan i.e. AES and KUMS entered into collaboration for building the capacity of physicians of Afghanistan in diabetes management on 27th July, 2018 at Delhi.
⅀ African Countries
CCEBDM program is adopted by the East Africa Diabetes Study Group (EADSG) for the capacity building of physicians of five East African Countries i.e. Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Burundi in the field of diabetes management.
⅀ Nepal
Bearing in mind the success of collaboration with PHFI, Diabetes and Endocrinology Association of Nepal (DEAN) adopted CCEBDM program for the capacity building of physicians for the management of people living with diabetes in the county.
⅀ Rwanda
Ministry of Health, Government of Rwanda adopted CCEBDM program educate General Physicians of Rwanda in the field of diabetes management. The program is being implemented through Biomedical Center (RBC), Rwanda.