This year, WHO is focusing on the theme “Hepatitis-free future” highlighting new recommendations to prevent mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B and the importance of maintaining essential hepatitis services in the context of COVID-19 pandemic. You can find the WHO campaign website at https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-hepatitis-day/2020 with key messages, campaign materials in WHO’s 6 official languages.
HBF with clinic nurses in the Kingdom of Tonga By David Hilmers – Chief Medical Officer To all of our supporters: The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected each of our lives, whether we have suffered from infection or not. Many of us have a friend or family member who has been ill from the virus,Continue reading May, 2020 Hepatitis B Free Update
We wish all our supporters a very happy New Year and a prosperous start to a new decade. We are pleased to report several significant advances in our programs and are thankful for the continued support that we have received from all of you. Grant approved for new program in Kiribati. We recently received news thatContinue reading February, 2020 Updates
We continue to expand our programs in new sites and consolidate the gains we have made in established projects. All of this is made possible by you, our generous supporters. North Korea. Drs. Alice Lee and David Hilmers spent a busy 9 days in the DPRK, holding clinics in 4 different cities, Hae-ju, Kae-song, Pyongsong,Continue reading Project Update: November 2019