The Hemophilia Federation India (HFI) created its Youth Group in 2011 through a NNHF project. Based on this experience, a Women’s Group was established in 2014 to empower caregivers and carriers across India.
The NNHF was founded in 2005 with the vision that all people with haemophilia or allied bleeding disorders should care and treatment, wherever they live.
NNHF programmes focus on three areas – capacity building; education and awareness; and diagnosis and registry.
The NNHF has completed two projects and three fellowships in Kenya, with a third project underway.
22,100 healthcare professionals have been trained through NNHF projects and fellowships, which are tailored to local needs.
The Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation (NNHF) is a grant-making non-profit organisation. At the foundation, we strive to improve access to care for people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders.
Together with our local and global community partners we are dedicated to our vision that all people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders should receive adequate care and treatment, wherever they live.
Since our formation in 2005, we support programmes in 65 countries of the developing world where still many people with the condition lack proper diagnosis or adequate care. Find out more on this website and on Facebook.