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NNHF funds and supports programmes in developing and emerging countries to improve access to care for people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders. The typical project duration is one to three years.

The goals of each project are tailored to local needs and focus on sustainable outcomes. Such outcomes rely on having local leadership in place. While our partners in the countries take this responsibility, NNHF acts as supporting partner through every step, from fine-tuning the first project idea to execution and successful completion.

Below, we guide you through the steps to follow to start improving care with NNHF.

Your first programme thoughts

  • Applicant’s contact information
  • Programme description
  • Programmes supported by other organisation(s)
  • Referee(s)

Haemophilia situation

  • Service delivery
  • Health workforce
  • Diagnosis & Technology
  • Treatment
  • Registry & epidemiological information
  • Governance & leadership
  • Finance
  • Patients & community

Project plan and KPIs

  • Objectives
  • Activities
  • Deliverables
  • Timeline
  • Budget

Programme formalisation

  • Bank account information
  • Project partnership agreement

Your first programme thoughts

  • Applicant’s contact information
  • Programme description
  • Programmes supported by other organisation(s)
  • Referee(s)

Haemophilia situation

  • Service delivery
  • Health workforce
  • Diagnosis & Technology
  • Treatment
  • Registry & epidemiological information
  • Governance & leadership
  • Finance
  • Patients & community

Project plan and KPIs

  • Objectives
  • Activities
  • Deliverables
  • Timeline
  • Budget

Programme formalisation

  • Bank account information
  • Project partnership agreement

Apply for a project

Apply using the step-by-step guide in our new project application system.
Next project application deadline: 01 April 2020

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