Launch of World Hepatitis Day 2016 (WHD2016) website and materials
To kick-start your WHD planning, visit the WHD 2016 website to find out more about this year’s campaign and to download a full set of materials. Don’t forget to add your WHD activity to the Event Map to be part of the global event.
Viral hepatitis is the seventh leading cause of death globally, accounting for 1.4 million deaths per year – more than HIV/AIDS, or TB, or malaria.
The World Hepatitis Alliance provides global leadership and supports action that will halt the viral hepatitis death toll and improve lives. Through advocacy and policy work, building capacity among our members and raising global awareness, we aim to give viral hepatitis the priority it deserves.
REGISTER NOW: World Hepatitis Day 2016 webinar on 9 May
To celebrate the launch of the World Hepatitis Day 2016 (WHD) website and materials on 29 April, join the World Hepatitis Alliance on 9 May to learn more about WHD campaign and materials. You will also hear more about the launch of NOhep, a movement to eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030, and how you can get involved on WHD. This webinar offers a great opportunity to ask questions and get inspiration for your WHD activities. Register here: http://bit.ly/1SkDpqr
Strategic Plan 2016 – 2017
We are delighted to launch the World Hepatitis Alliance Strategic Plan 2016 – 2017, outlining our key goals and activities for the next two years. Click more to download the plan.
hepVoice – monthly magazine from the World Hepatitis Alliance
Catch up on our latest projects, news from members and key developments in the field of hepatitis. Click more to read the latest edition.
We are the global voice for the 400 million people worldwide living with viral hepatitis.
World Hepatitis Day, 28 July 2016
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