IPNA supports the World Kidney Day
IPNA wants to promote education and screening in children with kidney diseases all over the world. Kidney Day is a wonderful opportunity to achieve this goal.
Each year, IPNA organises a contest to encourage such an action by providing USD 5,000 to pediatric nephrology center(s) from a developing country throughout the World.
Information about IPNA World Kidney Day 2021 application form:
Living well with kidney disease is more than a theme for World Kidney Day, is the goal that everyone who cares for little kidneys everywhere must pursue.
In order to promote education and prevention of kidney disease and its progression but also the support for patients and care-partners of children with kidney disease, IPNA offers a grant to the best project(s) for IPNA 2021 World Kidney Day.
We therefore encourage you to apply and help us to promote this actions in our communities.
IPNA World Kidney Day Committtee Chair
- The application should be filed out by the person responsible for project
- The application should include an indication for the project and details of what you intend to do during the program
- Announcement and program materials should include the logo of IPNA
- Once submitted, the IPNA Committee for evaluation your application. If you have any questions about the application, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
- After acceptance of your project, the financial support will be transferred to help you realise the program.
- After the event, a report will be needed with photos to summit to the IPNA site.
Submission deadline: February 15, 2021
WORLD KIDNEY DAY 2020
Two winning projects:
1. Dr. Girish Bhatt, Bhopal, India
Title of the project: Educating parents and children together for prevention of kidney diseases
Aim of the project:
1) To raise awareness among nursing students about early preventive strategies for kidney diseases through slogan/painting competition/skits.
2) To organize health talks in outpatient department of hospital and nearby schools
3) To screen for blood pressure in school children
4) To organize talent show for children with kidney disease
2. Dr. Dr. Azmeri Sultana, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Title of the project: SAARC Pediatric Acute Kidney Injury Consortium- Prospective study on incidence and risk factors for ‘Severe Pediatric AKI’ – Achieving 0 by 25
Aim of the project:
1 .To develop a research agenda for ascertaining the epidemiologic characteristics of severe pAKI across SAARC nations.
2. To establish a multinational prospective pAKI database and determine the specific locoregional risk factors and associated outcomes amongst SAARC nations
WORLD KIDNEY DAY 2019
We received a growing number of applications for IPNA-sponsored WKD initiative.
All projects were excellent, so selecting one was very challenging. The winner of the WKD 2019 IPNA initiative is Dr. Alfonso Huante from Mexico.
Aim of the winning project: To increase the awareness of kidney disease and help two main objectives: 1) To use strategies for early detection of kidney disease among general physicians and/or pediatricians and also to bring knowledge to people to empower them together with improving kidney disease networking and 2) to increase interest in pediatric residents and medical students to get them involved in pediatric nephrology as a medical career in clinical and research fields.
More projects and activities to build the awareness about little kidneys around the world:
Learn how World Kidney Day was celebrated in China here
WORLD KIDNEY DAY 2018
Following evaluation of each project, the 2018 IPNA WKD Committee is pleased to inform you that the winning project of this content is Celebrations: World Kidney Day 2018 in AFMC and KEM hospital in conjunction with IPNA, proposed by Dr Suprita Kaira, from India.
See the final reports from Dr. Suprita Kaira under links here: