Network

  • Partner Nerwork

    • Our vision is to bring together, on one platform, the various groups of the health ecosystem: clinical leaders, patient organizations, nongovernment organizations (NGOs), governments and pharmaceutical companies. This will allow them to discuss, debate and jointly develop strategies to overcome the various healthcare access issues of emerging economies. To facilitate this process, we have developed a network of various stakeholders across emerging and developed countries.
  • Ethiopian Liver Health Association (ELHA)
    • The ELHA was established in 2013 to work collaboratively and systematically to combat hepatitis in Ethiopia. ELHA was established by Dr. Abate Bane (President, Ethiopian Gastroenteorology Association, Ethiopia) and his colleagues. The organization aims towards the promotion of prevention and care of hepatitis in Ethiopia working with the Ministry of Health and patient organisations.

      ELHA and FSRC collaboration
      ELHA and FSRC have agreed to share scientific information and expertise available on hepatitis in Ethiopia to better inform all stakeholders. Both the organizations are constantly exploring avenues to utilize the expertize which each of them possesses, with a common aim to raise awareness on hepatitis in Ethiopia.
  • Initiative Panafricaine de Lutte Contre Les Hepatites (IPLH)
    • The IPLH was created after the Dakar Declaration on Hepatitis (July 2011). This independent African initiative brings together volunteers from 20 African countries, as well as European volunteer experts, who act collectively to give more visibility to their actions in each country and to improve practices in the fight against hepatitis. The IPLH approach is based on empowerment (capacity of African stakeholders to develop their own strategies), inclusiveness (involving the Ministries of Health, health professionals and civil society) and the holistic vision (take into account all aspects of hepatitis, and have a global vision of health problems in Africa).

      IPLH & FSRC collaboration
      FSRC and IPLH have agreed to share scientific information and expertise available on hepatitis in Africa to better inform all stakeholders. IPLH and FSRC together are exploring fields of common action in the field of science to improve understanding of the impact of hepatitis on populations. They are also studying possible collaboration on tools for better management of hepatitis, and sharing knowledge of the effectiveness of treatments based on independent evaluations in Africa.
  • Livewell Initiative LWI
    • Livewell Initiative LWI is a self-funded nonprofit healthcare organization which has outreached over 1.5 million Nigerians and over 3,000 ghanaians with health literacy and empowerment since its inception six years ago. The organization which offers free health screening, community health initiatives and health fairs to various communities through its highly qualified tea of healthcare experts and public health entrepreneurs; is a registered member of the World Hepatitis Alliance and it was recently invited to participate at the Hepatitis in Africa Initiative. The organization is determined to carry its fight against Hepatitis to the next level in the year 2014, through its active involvement in Advocacy, Awareness Creation, Screening, Research, Data Banking, and Training of the Trainers’ Programme in Hepatitis. Its goal is to screen at least 10,000 people in the next year, and to outreach at least 500,000 people with awareness programmes; with proactive engagement of government and key opinion leaders, to influence policy towards active hepatitis treatment and prevention nationwide and around the continent.

      FSRC-LWI partnership
      FSRC and LWI have agreed to share scientific information and expertise available on hepatitis in Africa to better inform all stakeholders. LWI and FSRC together are exploring fields of common action in the field of research to improve understanding of the impact of hepatitis on populations. They are also studying possible collaboration on tools for awareness building amongst policy makers, healthcare workers and general public for advocacy, training and general awareness on hepatitis in Africa.

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