International-Regional Societies

Partner Organisations

To see other regional and international societies – please refer to the International Consortium of Paediatric Endocrinology website:


Caring & Living As Neighbours (CLAN) is an Australian non-government organisation (NGO) committed to equity for children living with chronic health conditions, so that children in all countries might enjoy the highest quality of life possible. Founded in 2004, CLAN’s rights-based, strategic framework promotes a community development approach, with collaborative action focused on five key pillars:

1. Affordable access to medication & medical equipment
2. Education (of individuals, families, communities, health professionals, policy makers and the international community), research & advocacy
3. Optimisation of medical management (including primary, secondary and tertiary prevention, with a bio-psycho-social focus)
4. Encouragement of family support networks
5. Reducing financial burdens on families that result in poverty, helping people to become financially independent so they can provide the necessary health care for their children longer-term.

CLAN is proud to partner with APPES members on action to support communities of children (and their families) living with endocrine conditions in the Asia Pacific region, and has been co-chairing the ACE (APPES-CLAN Equity) Working Group since 2015.

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Global Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes (GPED) is a non-profit organization established in 2010 that aims at improving the care of children in resource-constrained settings with endocrine disorders through the provision of training and educational opportunities, developing research studies and promoting advocacy for our goals.

The mission of GPED is to improve the care of children living in low and middle income countries (LMICs) and presenting with endocrine disorders or with diabetes through public advocacy, training and education of local health professionals, clinical collaborations and development of translational clinical research.

GPED and APPES aim to work together collaboratively on those issues that effect the Asia Pacific region and APPES has representation on the GPED executive committee.

GPED produce a quarterly newsletter, which you can find HERE.