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- Cuba – Cataluña (Spain)
- Mongolia – Manitoba (Canada)
- Kyrgyzstan – Turkey
- Montevideo (Uruguay) – Los Angeles (USA)
- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) – Campinas (Brazil)
- Pune (India) – Basingstoke (UK)
- Quezon City (Philippines – Las Vegas (USA)
- Yogyakarta and Solo (Indonesia) – Utrecht (Netherlands)
- Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) – Istanbul (Turkey)
- Lviv (Ukraine) – Frankfurt (Germany)
- Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) – Detroit (USA)
- Enugu (Nigeria) – Philadelphia (USA)
The Twinning Program of the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) was established more than 20 years ago. This program aims to improve hemophilia care in emerging countries through a formal, two-way partnership between two hemophilia organizations or treatment centres for a period of four years. Twinned organizations or hemophilia treatment centres work together and share information, resulting in a mutually beneficial partnership. It is a great way to transfer expertise, experience, skills, and resources.
The WFH has two types of Twinning Programs: the Hemophilia Treatment Centre Twinning and the Hemophilia Organization Twinning.
Hemophilia Treatment Centre Twinning
The Hemophilia Treatment Centre Twinning (HTC) Program partners emerging HTCs with established ones to help improve diagnosis and medical attention for people with hemophilia.
Hemophilia Organization Twinning
The Hemophilia Organization Twinning (HOT) Program partners emerging and established hemophilia patient groups to share knowledge in areas such as patient education, outreach, fundraising, and all other aspects of operating a successful hemophilia patient society.
The general information documents provide an overview of the Twinning Program, including the program objective, possible activities, selection criteria, application procedure, reporting requirements, funding and duration.
Hemophilia Treatment Centre Twinning Program: General information
Hemophilia Organization Twinning Program: General information
Twins of the Year Awards
Guidelines and Resources
Articles about twinning
For more information about Twinning, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated March 2016