New projects approved

November 2018

Albania 1: Strengthen haemophilia care in Tirana, create awareness across Albania and empower the patient organisation

Partner institution
University Hospital Centre "Mother Tereza", Tirana

Represented by
Dr Adela Perolla, haematologist and Dr Bledi Kalaja, Head of Haemoophilia Centre

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Armenia 2: Establish rehabilitation capacity and decentralise haemophilia care in Armenia

Partner institution
Haematology Center after Prof. R.H.Yeolyan, Yerevan

Represented by
Prof Samvel Danielyan, Director

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Colombia 3: Strengthening our life skills  programme

Partner institution
Liga Antioqueña de Hemofílicos (LIHEA), Medellíni

Represented by
David Andrés Cuartas Bolivar

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Madagascar 1: Empower the haemophilia community and strengthen the multidisciplinary care in Madagascar

Partner institution
Hopital Universitaire Joseph Ravoahangy Andrianavalona (CHU JRA), Antananarivo

Represented by
Aimee Olivat Rakoto Alson, Head of Haemophilia Department

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Malawi 2: Expand haemophilia care to the South region of Malawi

Partner institution
Society of Haemophilia and Allied Bleeding Disorders in Lilongwe

Represented by
Dr Yohannie Billy Mlombe, Chairperson

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Mali 2: Improving knowledge and support to haemophilia at national level

Partner institution
Hôpital du Mali (Service de Medecine), Bamako

Represented by
Dr Yacouba Diallo, Hematologist

Duration
3 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Mauritius 2: Improve multidisciplinary care for people with bleeding disorders in Mauritius

Partner institution
Haemophilia Association of Mauritius, Plaine-Wilhems

Represented by
Mohsena Olath-Carramtally, Operations Manager

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Namibia 1: Establish a basic multidisciplinary team in Windhoek and improve haemophilia management in Namibia

Partner institution
Namibia Haemophilia Foundation, Windhoek

Represented by
Immanuel Mayiji, President

Duration
1.5 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Nicaragua 2: Haemophilia care outreach in Nicaragua

Partner institution
Asociación Nicaragüense de Hemofilia, Managua

Represented by
Engels Rolando Reyes Sánchez, President

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Nepal 2: Improving diagnosis and multidisciplinary care in Nepal

Partner institution
Nepal Hemophilia Society (NHS), Kathmandu

Represented by
Manil Shrestha, Secretary

Duration
3 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Palestine 2: Establish haemophilia care in Gaza Strip and empower the haemophilia community in Palestine

Partner institution
Palestine Ministry of Health, Ramallah

Represented by
Osama Najjar, Director General of Allied Health Professionals

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Sri Lanka 2: Improve diagnosis and multidisciplinary care across Sri Lanka

Partner institution
Haemophilia Association of Sri Lanka

Represented by
Chandana Weerasekara, President

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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Uganda 3: Improve haemophilia management in Uganda

Partner institution
Haemophilia Foundation of Uganda, Kampala

Represented by
Agnes Kisakye, Executive Secretary

Duration
2 years, envisaged start Q1 2019

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NNHF are supporting numerous projects and fellowships througout the world.