Advocate for NOhep
Whether you are an academic, medical doctor, healthcare professional, policy director or civil society advocate, you can play a role in advocating for changes in policies and behaviours which will drive forward the 2030 goals.
It cannot be denied that the elimination of viral hepatitis has gained considerable momentum since NOhep was launched in 2016. However, with few countries on track and less than a decade left to reach the World Health Organization’s 2030 elimination goals, there is still a lot to be done.
Without strong political will, multi-stakeholder collaboration and unrelenting advocacy, countries will fail, and we will miss our biggest opportunity to seize the momentum and eliminate this global killer.
Planning your advocacy strategy
Advocacy can take place at any level – nationally, regionally or at a local level. What’s important is that you have a considered advocacy strategy and goal.Learn how to plan your NOhep advocacy strategy
Implementing your advocacy strategy
Advocacy is often most effective when messages are delivered in a variety of ways which complement and reinforce each other.Learn how to implement your NOhep advocacy strategy
The NOhep Advocacy Toolkit
The NOhep Advocacy Toolkit has been designed for patient organisations, NGOS and individuals working in the field of viral hepatitis. It will equip you with the information and knowledge to get your decision makers to take the problem of viral hepatitis seriously and push them to act to meet the WHO targets before we miss our opportunity to eliminate viral hepatitis.Click here to view the full toolkit