What we do

We lead the fight against hepatitis. Throughout our history we have ran awareness raising campaigns, championed civil society and advocated and the highest levels to change the course of hepatitis.

We have put hepatitis on the global health agenda, through advocacy we made World Hepatitis Day an internationally recognised global health day, we had combatting hepatitis included in the Sustainable Development Goals and in United Nations political declaration on Universal Health Coverage and we have championed putting civil society at the heart of the hepatitis response. But we won’t rest until hepatitis is eliminated. We run international campaigns, build the capacity of civil society through events and webinars and deliver programmes that will see the elimination of hepatitis by 2030.

Current programmes

Events and campaigns

Hep Can't Wait

With a person dying every 30 seconds from a hepatitis related illness, we cannot wait for action on hepatitis. 

The Hepatitis Can’t Wait campaign brings together all stakeholders to urge policy makers, global funders, the general public and decision makers to act now to make the elimination of hepatitis a reality. 

World Hepatitis Day

We co-ordinate the annual World Hepatitis Day campaign on 28 July each year. Every year our campaigns look to raise awareness of viral hepatitis and elevate the voices of the people and communities impacted by viral hepatitis.

World Hepatitis Summit

The World Hepatitis Summit is our flagship event, is the only global hepatitis conference which is focused on public health. It provides an unrivalled opportunity to focus a global audience on the implementation of a viral hepatitis response and so drive progress to make the elimination of viral hepatitis a reality.

WHS pioneers changes within the fight against hepatitis by offering the opportunity to forge relationships between civil society, governments, medical professionals, academics and other stakeholders for the development and implementation of elimination plans and strengthening of the community voice in the viral hepatitis response.


NOhep is the global movement for the elimination of hepatitis, formed in 2016 to hold governments accountable to the promise they made to eliminate hepatitis by 2030.

NOhep unites all stakeholders and drives forward elimination by campaigning and highlighting successful hepatitis elimination initiatives.

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