World Haemophilia Day
The 17th of April is World HAEMOPHILIA Day, a worldwide awareness day for HAEMOPHILIA. This day is observed all around the world to raise awareness about HAEMOPHILIA and other hereditary bleeding disorders. Every year, greater efforts result in more diagnoses and access to millions of people who are uninformed.
Frank Schnabel founded World HAEMOPHILIA Day, which is observed on April 17 as a tribute to his birthday and to unite the HAEMOPHILIA community together. The World Federation of HAEMOPHILIA kicked up the day
The goal of increasing haemophilia awareness has become even more vital as covid-19 has become an intrinsic part of today's environment and has had a significant influence on persons with bleeding disorders.
"Adapting to Change: Sustaining Care in the New World" is the subject for Hemophilia Day in 2021.
April 10: a day to make it known This is a significant day for the community since it symbolises the community's philosophy of being resilient and conquering any challenges that may arise.