Dasman Diabetes Institute (DDI) believes in its role in educating and serving the community in terms of health. Thus, DDI was honored to launch its Sixth campaign entitled “Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Prevention Awareness Campaign”. This event, which was met with public approbation, was held at Slayil Mall on Thursday, October 11th 2012. It aimed at increasing the public awareness about one of the earliest symptoms of diabetes in children (i.e. night bed-wetting in a “dry” child) using a poster showing a child sleeping (potentially wetting the bed) as well as five important messages directed to parents. It has been shown that enhancing awareness of the early symptoms of diabetes in children can facilitate early diagnosis of the disease, which can help prevent DKA (a serious acute complication of type 1 diabetes in children). This campaign was organized by Clinical pharmacology, Public Relations and Media Services, and Clinical Services departments at Dasman Diabetes Institute. The event involved the following activities: blood sugar and lipids screening, distribution of educational material, in addition to answering questions raised by the visitors. Similar outreach activities will be conducted in different locations in the state of Kuwait, including schools.