Thailand 1 project

Improving haemophilia care in Thailand through the Chronic Care Model

Partner institution
National Health Security Office (NHSO) and IHTC Bangkok

Represented by
Hathaiwut Lamthean, Project Manager, NHSO
Prof Ampaiwan Chuansumrit, Director

3 years, Q4 2013 – Q4 2016



  • Improve capacity of healthcare professionals at haemophilia treatment centres, community district hospitals in 14 provinces in order to improve care of haemophilia and the quality of life for people with haemophilia
  • Educate the community and create a network amongst people with haemophilia and volunteers resulting in improved adherence to treatment and Chronic Care Model
  • Empower people with haemophilia by building skills in self-care, psychological and social integration, and informing them about their rights and obligations in relation to their treatment


  • Increased capacity of 6 Haemophilia Treatment Centres
  • Increased awareness and basic knowledge in 54 district hospitals
  • 51 doctors and 242 nurse case managers trained
  • 189 community health volunteers trained to actively participate in haemophilia care and adapt it to the context of people with haemophilia, encouraging better quality of life
  • 141 people with haemophilia educated and empowered to better cope with their condition and integrate in society

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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