“No one should have to live with viral hepatitis without knowing. Yet, globally more than 290 million men, women and children do. Unless there is a massive scale-up in screening, diagnosis and linkage to care, more people will become infected and lives will continue to be lost. The World Hepatitis Alliance’s (WHA) global campaign – Find the Missing Millions – is a three-year global awareness-raising and advocacy campaign aimed at tackling the main barriers to diagnosis by putting civil society organisations and the affected community at the heart of the solution.”

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 “With a person dying every 30 seconds from a hepatitis related illness, we cannot wait for action on hepatitis. The Hepatitis Can’t Wait campaign brings together all stakeholders to urge policy makers, global funders, the general public and decision makers to act now to make the elimination of hepatitis a reality.”

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“NOhep is the global movement for the elimination of hepatitis, formed in 2016 to hold governments accountable to the promise they made to eliminate hepatitis by 2030. NOhep unites all stakeholders and drives forward elimination by campaigning and highlighting successful hepatitis elimination initiatives.”

Learn more about the NoHep Campaign here

We co-ordinate the annual World Hepatitis Day campaign on 28 July each year. Every year our campaigns look to raise awareness of viral hepatitis and elevate the voices of the people and communities impacted by viral hepatitis.

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“The World Hepatitis Summit (WHS) is an innovative, large-scale, global meeting to advance the viral hepatitis agenda and provide a platform for a broad hepatitis community to take stock of progress to date, share ideas, experiences and best practice in addressing the many challenges of viral hepatitis.”

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“Worldwide, approximately 240 million people have chronic hepatitis B infection and 80 million people have chronic hepatitis C infection – two liver infections that together result in an estimated 1.4 million deaths worldwide. A stepped-up global response can no longer be delayed.”

Learn more about the World Health Organization’s plan to eliminate HCV by 2030

This brief report summarizes the key lessons learned from these country pilots, advice for future elimination guidance and next steps. This report includes country profiles to highlight key data inputs and sources and outlines country progress towards elimination.

You can read the full report here