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Khmer Health Advocates is a long-time member of the National Diabetes Education Program's Asian American Pacific Islander Workgroup.

This workgroup develops culturally relevant campaigns and materials to target diabetes education in Asian American communities.

Our program has provided a comprehensive list of NDEP and relevant diabetes in Khmer. NCADP is especially proud to promote the availability of spoken format materials to target Limited English-Speaking (LEPs) Cambodians who cannot read in Khmer and English.

Materials are available to everyone and can be beneficial to use at community events, health fairs and conferences to provide basic diabetes prevention and control messages to the Cambodian community.

You are welcome to print and share all diabetes materials listed here. NDEP has made these materials copyright free for easy use. For a complete listing of NDEP materials, please click here.

Silent Trauma Monograph   DownLoad Here  
The SilentTrauma monograph was developed by the Southeast Asian Subcommittee - AAPI Workgroup to help to illustrate the scope of diabetes confronting Southeast Asians refugees and the need for epidemiology data in Asian American and Pacific Islander subgroups. This monograph can help provide healthcare providers, public health professionals, and others to understand the complex needs of Southeast Asians and the link between serious psychological distress and diabetes prevention and control. To download a brief one-page overview of Silent Trauma, click here

Silent Trauma: Diabetes, Health Status and the Refugee

Four Steps to Control Your Diabetes for Life
NDEP's 4 Steps to Control Your Diabetes For Life is a widely-used resource for people newly diagnosed with diabetes and for those living with diabetes. It is now available Khmer!

Two Reasons Why I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes
This NDEP tip sheet is available in Khmer and is designed to help Cambodians who are at risk for type 2 diabetes to move more, eat healthy and lose weight to lower their risk for diabetes.

Take Care of Your Heart
This tip-sheet is available in Khmer and outlines the link between diabetes and heart disease and the importance of managing your blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels.

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This program is supported by the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP), Cooperative Agreement Number U58/DP124586 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). NDEP is a joint initiative of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The contents of this website are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of CDC or NIH.
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