On April 17, 2018, thousands of people once again came together to raise awareness and show support for the global bleeding disorders community by marking the 28th World Hemophilia Day.
In addition to lighting up over 70 landmarks around the world in red, this year saw many different types of celebrations, including balloon releases, marches and candle lightings. The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) thanks all our National Member Organizations (NMOs) as well as our global bleeding disorders community, friends, family and advocates for their public displays of support and pride. The shared knowledge that our community continues to reinforce helps make a difference because sharing knowledge makes us all stronger.
To see highlights from some of the many global World Hemophilia Day celebrations that took place throughout the month of April, please scroll down!