Race to 2030

Is your country on-track to eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030?
  • Countries on-track to eliminate hepatitis C by 2030
  • Countries on-track to eliminate hepatitis B in children under 5 by 2030
  • Countries where elimination is unachievable given present policy
  • Countries who treat >=3%, with or without fibrosis restrictions
  • Countries who treat >7% of the infected population and have no fibrosis restrictions
  • No data available
Data has been provided by the Center for Disease Analyses Foundation, 2018.
  • Countries where elimination is unachievable given present policy
  • Projected to only meet the 2020 target of <=1.0% HBsAg prevalence among 5 year olds.
  • Projected to meet the 2030 target of <=0.1% HBsAg prevalence among 5 year olds.
  • No data available
Data has been provided by the Center for Disease Analyses Foundation, 2018.

Globally, only 12 countries are on track to eliminate hepatitis C and 72 countries on track to eliminate hepatitis B in under- 5s by 2030. Without strong political will, multi-stakeholder collaboration and unrelenting advocacy, countries will fail to meet the targets and we will miss our biggest opportunity to seize the momentum and eliminate this global killer.

Race to 2030 is a global advocacy campaign calling on civil society organisations to take action to get their countries on track to meet WHO’s elimination targets by 2030.

Download the “Race to 2030: Accelerating action at a national level” advocacy toolkit.