World Federation of Hemophilia ‒ Our work
For over 50 years, the WFH has been working globally to close the gap in care between those who receive proper treatment and those who do not. We do this through a range of programs to develop sustainable national care programs in 97 countries.
What we do:
- Increase accurate laboratory diagnosis
- Achieve government support through advocacy
- Improve medical expertise and care delivery through training
- Increase access to safe treatment products
- Building a strong national patient organization through capacity building
- Tracking and reporting patient health outcomes through data collection
In all our development activities, we build a winning coalition made up of national governmental bodies, health care professionals, patient group leaders, people with bleeding disorders, and our volunteers.
Updated February 2015