NNHF funds sustainable programmes that ensure access to quality care for people with haemophilia living in developing and emerging countries.
By teaming up with country-specific partners and haemophilia experts, NNHF’s programmes have helped diagnose over 29,700 people. More than 49,300 healthcare professionals have been trained and 59,000 people with haemophilia and family members have attended educational workshops.
Specialised training of healthcare professionals through lectures and workshops, either on-site or abroad. Creating and implementing national treatment guidelines, educational material and other relevant tools.
Diagnosis and registry
Improving ability to diagnose through better laboratory facilities and requisite skills training for staff, the establishment of quality assurance processes. Establishing and updating registries.
Education and empowerment
Educating people with haemophilia and families to better manage the condition. Improving public support through media and awareness campaigns that engage community leaders and the wider public.
18 November 2020
Kenya-Tanzania joint project launch: Building together for better diagnosis and treatment
People living with haematological disorders in Kenya and Tanzania are set to benefit from a new joint NNHF project designed to better tackle haemophilia and sickle cell disease through capacity building, advocacy and awareness creation. The official launch of the joint project took place on 18 November 2020 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in the…
13 January 2020
Zambia 1 project: Informing, building and changing lives
Low awareness and access to haemophilia care had been issues in Zambia for years In 2018 the Zambia Ministry of Health launched a country-wide…