You will find a variety of resources and tools for the Find the Missing Millions campaign. These are designed to support and complement your awareness-raising and advocacy activities.
Recognising that there are many reasons why the global diagnosis rate is so low, the World Hepatitis Alliance commissioned a global survey in 2018 to understand the main barriers to hepatitis B and hepatitis C diagnosis globally. Read about it here: Find the Missing Millions Survey Report – FINAL
Whether you are someone affected by viral hepatitis, a healthcare professional, a member of the public or a decision-maker, everyone has role to play in finding the missing millions. To support the launch of the campaign, we have created a campaign toolkit with practical guidance and information to use in lead-up to, during and after World Hepatitis Day.
Social media platforms are a great way to spread messages widely. With 300 million still undiagnosed, we will need every possible option. As such, we have created a series of graphics which can be used across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. They can also be used on your website and utilised for digital advertising. Find out more in the resources section.
Successful screening and diagnosis initiatives
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Hep B United: Coalition Building to Increase Hepatitis B Screening, Vaccination, and Linkage to Care
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