WFH Humanitarian Aid Program



Changing Lives in Vietnam



Changing Lives in Zambia



Changing Lives in Nepal - Nepal video series



Acute bleeds in Kenya - Kenya Video Series

Impact of Prophylaxis Treatment in Kenya - Kenya Video Series

Minor Surgeries in Kenya - Kenya Video Series


Treatment for All - Video Series

Government Support in Armenia

The lack of access to care and treatment in developing countries is an urgent and important public health challenge, as the cost of treatment products is prohibitively expensive for the majority of those affected with a bleeding disorder.

You can support our efforts to provide a consistent and predictable supply of treatment products in communities where access is currently limited or nonexistent.

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Impact Report 2020

The WFH Humanitarian Aid Program was developed to address the issue of access to care by working with WFH NMOs to provide continued access to treatment for emergency situations, acute bleeds, corrective surgeries, and prophylaxis for young children. In 2020, the program quickly responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by bringing education online and by collaborating with local organizations facing logistical restrictions in order to ensure that care would not be interrupted. 2020 also saw the WFH deliver the very first shipments of emicizumab to patients—a new prophylactic treatment to reduce the frequency of bleeding episodes in adults and children of all ages, newborn and older, with hemophilia A, with and without factor VIII inhibitors.