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Living with Chronic Hepatitis in China: A Qualitative Assessment

China Needs Assessment English

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WHO Western Pacific Region Hepatitis Programme

For more information, visit http://www.wpro.who.int/hepatitis/en/

WHO WPRO poster Invest in Hepatitis Action Nov 2014-2

Toronto Declaration: STRATEGIES TO CONTROL AND ELIMINATE VIRAL HEPATITIS GLOBALLY

The Toronto Declaration resulted from the "First International Meeting on Hepatitis Cure & Eradication", held earlier this month on the 5-6 November 2014 in Toronto, Canada. In full support of the WHO Global Hepatitis Porgramme and the World Heath Assembly Resolution on Viral Hepatitis, the group of international experts to the Toronto Declaration, call for coordinated action by government, industry, affected individuals, and healthcare providers to address the challenges that impede global control and ultimate eradication of viral hepatitis.

To read the full Toronto Declaration, please click here

Support the Toronto Declaration by signing the Toronto Declaration Support Form here

World Indigenous People's Conference on Viral Hepatitis Meeting

The World Indigenous People's Conference on Viral Hepatitis Meeting was held on 15-17 September 2014 in Alice Springs, Australia.

The signatories to the Anwernekenhe Consensus Statement (which came out of the meeting) acknowledge the fact that viral hepatitis is a major, devastating, under-recognised health issue within Indigenous communities globally. The statement recognises the signatories' desire to reduce the impact of viral hepatitis on Indigenous peoples’ economic, social, emotional, physical and spiritual health. Doing so will help maintain the cultures and the future of Indigenous populations. The signatories urge nation-states and their governments to make special provision in health and funding policies for equitable access to prevention, testing, treatment and management of viral hepatitis in Indigenous peoples. 

For the full consensus statment: Click here

New app to help Indigenous health workers tackle hepatitis B rates

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