Georgia 1 project

Spreading knowledge about haemophilia and improving quality of diagnosis and treatment in Georgia

Partner institution
Georgian Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Tbilisi

Represented by
Dr Levani Makhaldiani, Head of the Haemophilia Treatment Centre

4 years, Q1 2013 – Q4 2016



  • Improve the laboratory facilities
  • Update current guidelines for treatment of haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders
  • Produce educational material for healthcare professionals and people with haemophilia
  • Perform a comprehensive national training programme for healthcare professionals
  • Reach out to offer better care and education to people with haemophilia and family members
  • Raise awareness of bleeding disorders amongst the general public and the authorities


  • Improved diagnosis facilities and standardised diagnosis procedures
  • 5 days training for 5 lab technicians
  • Updated the existing treatment guidelines of haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders
  • Creation and distribution of 800 training materials for healthcare professionals
  • 7 specialised training for more than 250 healthcare professionals from 5 cities
  • 4 educational sessions for 120 people with haemophilia and 150 of their family members
  • Outreach visits to the regions including home visits

Partner with NNHF

NNHF funds and supports projects in developing countries to improve access to care for people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders.

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