We are the global voice for the 325 million people worldwide living with viral hepatitis.

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World Hepatitis Summit

The World Hepatitis Summit 2017 will take place on 1 – 3 November 2017 in São Paulo, Brazil


The global movement to eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030. Join Us.

World Hepatitis Day

WHD is celebrated every year on July 28 and aims to drastically boost the global profile of viral hepatitis with events and activities taking place all over the world

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World Hepatitis Alliance's Global Strategy (2016-2017)


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World Hepatitis Alliance seeks experienced Finance Manager

16 Oct 2017 Bridie Taylor

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Finance Manager looking for a part time role to join our dynamic team and make a real...

Viral Hepatitis kills more people than HIV, malaria or tuberculosis

15 Sep 2017 Tara Farrell

World Hepatitis Alliance calls for immediate political action to counteract fatal trend [London, 14 September] According to the Global Burden of...

Hepatitis A vaccination for Alaskan children has wiped out the virus

10 Aug 2017 Tara Farrell

A comprehensive hepatitis A vaccination program established in Alaska in the 1990s, which became a requirement for school entry in 2001, has...

Study shows universal vaccination has wiped out hepatitis B and associated liver cancer in Alaska’s young people

10 Aug 2017 Tara Farrell

Updated research presented at this year’s World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Viral Hepatitis in Anchorage, Alaska, USA (8-9 August) shows that...

New research shows indigenous peoples are much more likely to be infected by hepatitis B and/or C

9 Aug 2017 Bridie Taylor

A new meta-analysis of global hepatitis data -- presented at this year's World Indigenous Peoples' Conference on Viral Hepatitis in Anchorage, Alaska...

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Hepatology, Medicine and Policy Journal

Open access peer reviewed journal on the prevention and management of viral hepatitis