WFH NETWORK

Current GAP countries

In 2017, the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) is focusing on the following 13 ongoing GAP Programs. All six areas of the WFH comprehensive development model are addressed over the life of a GAP Program; this year, the following areas are being addressed:

Central America & The Caribbean

Objectives

Honduras Government support
Care delivery
Medical expertise
Patient organization

South America

Objectives

Brazil Care delivery
Patient organization
Colombia Government support
Care delivery
Medical expertise
Patient organization
Uruguay Government support
Patient organization

South & East Asia

Objectives

China Medical expertise
Patient organization

South-East Asia & Western Pacific

Objectives

Vietnam Care delivery
Medical expertise
Patient organization
Treatment products
Data and collection
Malaysia Patient organization

Europe

Objectives

Turkey Government support
Medical expertise
Serbia Government support
Patient organization
Medical expertise

Middle East

Objectives

Tunisia Government support
Medical expertise
Morocco Government support
Medical expertise
Treatment products
Patient organization
Care delivery
Data and collection
Egypt Government support
Care delivery
Medical expertise
Jordan Government support
Medical expertise


Previous GAP countries included:
Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China (GAP 1), Ecuador, Egypt (GAP 1), Georgia, 
Jordan (GAP 1), Lebanon, Mexico (GAP 1 and GAP 2), Moldova, Morocco (GAP 1), Peru, 
the Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Syria, Thailand, and Tunisia (GAP 1)


Updated May 2017

The GAP Program is supported by funding from:

Visionary partner

Leadership partner


Collaborating partner