With over 290 members in 94 countries, we harness the power of people living with viral hepatitis to achieve its elimination. 

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World Hepatitis Summit

The World Hepatitis Summit is a global biennial event organised by the World Health Organization and the World Hepatitis Alliance to advance the viral hepatitis agenda.


The global movement to eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030. Join Us.

World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day is celebrated every year on July 28 

Find the Missing Millions Online Advocacy Resource

9 out of 10 people living with viral hepatitis are unaware. Use our Online Advocacy Resource to help ensure the barriers to diagnosis are overcome.

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World Hepatitis Alliance's Global Strategy (2018-2020)

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World Hepatitis Day webinar series

26 Jun 2020 Chris Wingrove

In the run up to World Hepatitis Day WHA will be hosting a webinar series that look to bring together leading stakeholders to discuss issues within...

hepVoice May/June is out now

25 Jun 2020 Lucy Ferrier

The latest issue of hepVoice is out now. In this issue: + WHA members inspire during COVID-19 pandemic;
 + New World Hepatitis Day website and...

Urge your government to keep their promise to eliminate viral hepatitis

18 Jun 2020 Lucy Ferrier

Support NOhep's World Hepatitis Day open letter campaign to urge your government to stand by their commitment to eliminate viral hepatitis....

New World Hepatitis Day website and campaign materials launched

9 Jun 2020 Lucy Ferrier

We have launched a brand new website and campaign materials for the 2020 World Hepatitis Day campaign...

We're hiring: Project Coordinator (Maternity Cover - 15 months)

1 Jun 2020 Chris Wingrove

About the World Hepatitis Alliance Alongside our 290+ member organisations working on the ground in 94 countries, the World Hepatitis Alliance...

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Hepatology, Medicine and Policy Journal

Open access peer reviewed journal on the prevention and management of viral hepatitis