World Hemophilia Day is less than a month away! Every day on April 17, thousands of people around the world come out to show support for this important day in our community. The objective of World Hemophilia Day is to raise awareness and understanding of hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. This year, we will be focusing on spreading the message that outreach and identification are “The first step to care”.
Over 70 landmarks are expected to “Light it up Red” this year—in cities all over the world. The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) encourages you to visit these landmarks with friends and family and share your experiences with the global community. Below you’ll see pictures of a small selection of landmarks that were lit up in red for World Hemophilia Day in 2018, and shared with us by members of the community.
We hope to hear from you on April 17!