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                Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation

                The Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation (NNHF) is a grant-making, non-profit organisation that strives to improve access to care for people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders in developing and emerging countries.

                Haemophilia is a hereditary bleeding disorder affecting one in 10,000 people.1 75% of people with haemophilia live in the developing world2, where most do not have a diagnosis or access to adequate care.

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                NNHF at a glance

                Objective:?Address the significant need for improving care for people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders in developing and emerging countries.

                Vision:?That all people with haemophilia or allied bleeding disorders receive care and treatment wherever they live

                Geographical reach:?Global

                Partners:?Local partners and international experts? ??

                Funded by:?Novo Nordisk

                Founded:?2005

                Progress (as of December 2018):

                • Funded 250 programmes in 73 countries
                • Supported training over 41,500 healthcare professionals
                • Reached over 42,500 people with haemophilia and their families with educational and empowering activities
                • Diagnosed or retested over 25,500 patients

                Learn more:?www.nnhf.org

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                Malawi: The impact of teaming up for change

                Early in 2016, while 1,600 people were expected to be living with haemophilia in Malawi, diagnosis was not possible as the country was lacking public facilities and expertise to provide diagnosis and care.

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                References

                1. World Federation of Hemophilia. What is hemophilia? Accessed 20. December 2018: https://www.wfh.org/en/page.aspx?pid=646.

                2. UNCTAD. Handbook of Statistics 2017. Factsheet #17. Accessed 20. December 2018: https://unctad.org/en/PublicationChapters/tdstat42_FS11_en.pdf.

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