Dr Shahla T. Sohail: A role model for women with bleeding disorders

After being told their daughter had an ‘abnormal bleeding disorder’, Dr Sohail’s parents were determined that she would go on to live an independent and successful life. Now a doctor specialising in bleeding disorders, Dr Sohail is dedicated to ensuring women affected by bleeding disorders in Pakistan are empowered to overcome the challenges associated with…

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Uruguay 3 project: Expanding diagnosis and knowledge-sharing to transform care

An expanded haemophilia diagnosis and treatment network in northern Uruguay combined with a holistic approach to care makes a life-changing difference. People living with haemophilia in Uruguay should not have to travel halfway across the country in order to access care. Expanding haemophilia diagnosis and treatment beyond the capital city of Montevideo, on the country’s…

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Reka Shakiralhamdi Latief: Self-infusion as a route to increased independence

Until last year, travelling for hours through heavy traffic to reach the local clinic whenever he had a bleed was the norm for 17-year old Reka Shakiralhamdi Latief. Reka lives in Bandung, Indonesia, a city whose traffic is worse than the infamously congested Jakarta. Reka was one of many people with haemophilia facing this challenge…

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NNHF Council Presidency changes

Jesper Brandgaard decides to resign from the Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation (NNHF) Council presidency. Ludovic Helfgott is appointed new NNHF Council President. Dr Stephanie Seremetis is elected Vice President. Jesper Brandgaard has announced to the Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation Council that, after three years of service, he has decided to step down as NNHF Council…

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Haydée Benoit de García: A passion for developing tomorrow’s haemophilia leaders

When her son was diagnosed with severe haemophilia A in Toronto at six months old, Haydée Benoit de García received the support and information she needed to understand the condition and how her son could live his life to the full. On returning to her home country of the Dominican Republic, Haydée set out to…

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Our vision

All people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders receive adequate care and treatment, wherever they live.

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Year in Review

2019: A year of strong achievements by our partners

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Year in Review

2019: A year of strong achievements by our partners

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We collaborate with local
and global community
partners to improve
haemophilia care.

Since 2005, we have supported haemophilia programmes in developing countries all across the world, showing that small actions lead to big change when people team up and work towards a shared goal.

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NNHF in numbers

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Programmes

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Countries

Care
0.01m CHF

Committed to improving care

NNHF in numbers

Partner
292

Programmes

World
77

Countries

Care
23.01m CHF

Committed to improving care

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Next project application deadline: 01 April 2021

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Next project application deadline: 01 April 2021

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