Terms & Conditions: Engagement is based on the number of NOhep supporters per country. The hepatitis data shown on the map is based on validated or estimated data collated in 2015 by Polaris Observatory.
Missed this month's #NOhep News? Don't worry - there's a digital copy available in the link below. This edition features a fantastic Post of The Month by Hepar Centar Bitola - Хепар Центар Битола (give them a like!). And we love the t-shirts! #NOhep
Screening is a fundamental action we must all take to ensure we win the fight to eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030. We want to give big shout-out to the LiveWell Initiative, who feature in this month's NOhep News, for holding a screening session in Nigeria. Are you planning a similar event in the next few weeks? Why not let us know, so we can help promote it, by emailing us or tweeting with #NOhep.
The #NOhep Champion of the month simply must be Kenneth Kabagambe, Founding Executive Director of the National Organization for People Living with Hepatitis B. Kenneth was a panelist on the patient access workshop at TEDGlobal 2017. Don’t forget to give him a follow on Twitter @KennethKabaga! You can find out more about our NOhep Champions by signing up to NOhep News: www.nohep.org/sign-up/... See MoreSee Less
Help fight for a world which values health by joining the #NOhep movement. In 2016, 1.34 million people were killed by viral hepatitis – that’s more than HIV/AIDs, malaria or tuberculosis. We must take action to combat viral hepatitis and it begins with NOhep. Sign up at www.nohep.org/sign-up/... See MoreSee Less
To be in with a chance to win a £50 Amazon Voucher, please take a short moment to respond to our #NOhep membership survey. We will use your responses to improve the way NOhep works and help grow the movement for years to come!
It’s #GlobalGoals Week! We are proud supporters of the Global Goal to combat viral hepatitis – but we need your help to continue the fight. Join the global #NOhep movement to eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030 and spread the word. Sharing is caring!
"And we’ve still got a lot to do. We need to figure out how to disrupt San Francisco’s high hepatitis C incidence rate, to cure all San Franciscans living with hepatitis C, to scale up prevention, testing and linkage services and to raise funds to carry out all these plans. But I no longer doubt that it’s possible to do everything we’re envisioning. A multidisciplinary and growing collaborative of 70 passionate, committed hepatitis C experts also believe we can #EndHepCSF!"