The WFH is happy to announce the launch of the new Path to Access to Care and Treatment (PACT) Program. This 5-year initiative is designed to improve outreach and diagnosis and increase access to sustainable care for people with inherited bleeding disorders. This will be achieved through training, education, partnerships, in-country initiatives and evidence-based advocacy. The PACT Program aims to:
The Program will be implemented through three main components:
The online training and education, and the global and regional meeting components of PACT are available to all countries, while 20 countries will be selected to work on the development and implementation of national access plans.
“PACT is about improving care in the bleeding disorders community by bringing together NMOs, healthcare practitioners and governments in a spirit of collaboration. The innovative Program is designed to foster sustainable care so that the people of our community can lead better lives now, and in the future.”
—Cesar Garrido, President, WFH
Learn more about this important new program by clicking here.
The PACT Program is supported by funding from CSL Behring, Pfizer, Roche and Sanofi Genzyme, our leadership partners, and Biotest, Grifols, and Sobi, our collaborating partners.