With over 280 members in 91 countries, we harness the power of people living with viral hepatitis to achieve its elimination. 

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World Hepatitis Summit

The World Hepatitis Summit is a global biennial event organised by the World Health Organization and the World Hepatitis Alliance to advance the viral hepatitis agenda.


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World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day is celebrated every year on July 28 

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9 out of 10 people living with viral hepatitis are unaware. Use our Online Advocacy Resource to help ensure the barriers to diagnosis are overcome.

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EVENT: Universal Health Coverage & HIV – The Potential Impact of Collaborative Innovations with Viral Hepatitis Elimination

1 Oct 2019 Lucy Ferrier

The World Hepatitis Alliance, in collaboration with ICE-HBV and partners, are organising a session at the Global Fund’s replenishment conference in Lyon on 8 October....

The World Hepatitis Alliance and UNITE partner to combat viral hepatitis

26 Sep 2019 Lucy Ferrier

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (September 26, 2019) The World Hepatitis Alliance (WHA) and UNITE, the global parliamentarians network to end HIV/AIDS, viral...

Universal Health Coverage: what it means for viral hepatitis

25 Sep 2019 Lucy Ferrier

- written by Cary James, World Hepatitis Alliance CEO On Monday 23rd September I attended the United Nations (UN) High Level Meeting on Universal...

WHA and UNITE host side meeting at the United Nations High-Level Meeting on UHC

19 Sep 2019 Chris Wingrove

Securing political leadership and innovative funding to achieve Universal Health Coverage. Where: UNAIDS New York office, 801 2nd Avenue/43rd St....

United Against Hepatitis- A Network for Hepatitis Free Society

12 Sep 2019 Isabel Bull

In 2016, 194 governments including that of India committed to eliminating viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030. In doing so, India has committed to diagnosing 30 per cent of people living with viral hepatitis by 2020 and 90 per cent of people by 2030....

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