Stronger network, greater impact




healthcare professionals trained


people newly diagnosed or re-tested


haemophilia treatment centres established or strengthened


projects running




Thank you

to all our partners and expert volunteers!

Impact report 2023

Impact report

Celebrate our partners’ incredible achievements with our 2023 impact report! From reducing distance to care to driving systemic change, increasing diagnosis to improving health outcomes, discover how they are making a difference.

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Advocacy is a powerful tool for change. With five new countries joining our Global Advocacy Programme in 2023, we saw more examples of systemic change, such as increased budget allocation and improved treatment availability in Nepal and India.

Mukunda Mani Ghimire, President of the Nepal Hemophilia Society, at a press conference to draw attention to their advocacy goals.
India impact report

Cross border partnership

Year in Review 2023
Seven year old Sahin with his grandmother receives treatment during a consultation at Morogoro Regional Referral Hospital, Tanzania whose clinic was strengthened through this project. Sahin is living with haemophilia A. © Amini Suwedi/Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation/Fairpicture

Challenges in bleeding disorders transcend borders, and so do solutions. With Sierra Leone reaching out to its West African neighbours, and a flagship joint Kenya Tanzania initiative, cross border partnerships proved a success in 2023.

Innovation and expansion

Two coalition-based projects took innovative approaches to different aspects of bleeding and blood disorders. The Democratic Republic of Congo combined expertise in haemophilia and Sickle Cell Disease, while a Latin America project spanning 8 countries, focused on women affected by bleeding disorders.

17-year old Meda Mukonkole Eshiba, who is living with Sickle Cell Disease, is one of the beneficiaries of the Hemodrepa project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Highlights from LATAM

Exceptional volunteer engagement

NNHF programmes rely on a network of expert volunteers, like the team from Indiana who trained Indian healthcare professionals on Point-of-Care Ultrasound. Thank you to everyone who volunteered with us in 2023!

Participants in India interacting with Dr Brandon Hardesty from Indiana during Point-of-Care Ultrasound training. © 2023 Deepti Asthana/Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation/Fairpicture
Our volunteers in 2023


Year in Review 2023
Professor Olivat Aimée Rakoto Alson, winner of the NNHF Community Award 2023, has been impacting haemophilia diagnosis and care in Madagascar since 2001.

Our 2023 awards honoured lifelong dedication in Madagascar and project excellence in an Argentina education and training programme. Congratulations to our deserving winners!

Financial Statement

Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2023 and Report of the Statutory Auditor on the Limited Statutory Examination.