Whether you have one minute or an hour, there are plenty of ways you can get involved in World Hepatitis Day to make sure that the world knows that Hepatitis Can’t Wait
Hepatitis Can't Wait
‘I Can’t Wait’ is the campaign theme for WHD 2022. This will bring WHA and our global network of 318 members in 100 countries together to lead the campaign internationally.
Launched in May, 2021 the Hepatitis Can’t Wait global campaign highlights the need to accelerate hepatitis elimination efforts, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Alongside this, it will also highlight the social injustice and inequity caused by the current lack of action on hepatitis elimination and focus on the positive action needed to get on track to meet our 2030 elimination goals.
One minute actions
Click here to send one of our graphics to your contacts via Whatsapp and encourage them to join the campaign. Click here to share one of our downloadable social media graphics with your followers. Don’t forget to tag us with #WorldHepatitisDay to join the online conversation.
Click here to sign our pledge to show your commitment to hepatitis elimination.
Click here to create a 30 second Instagram reel with the WHD and Hep Can’t Wait GIF stickers with our hashtags #WHDRelay and #WorldHepatitisDay to share on your stories and pages.
Click here to add a World Hepatitis Day branded frame to your Facebook profile.
Click here to point to the time to show the urgent need for action on viral hepatitis.
Ten minute actions
Click here to join our virtual global relay by submitting a 30 second video explaining what the elimination of viral hepatitis means to you. Click here to create a poster to put up at your local community centre, in your workplace or place of worship to raise awareness. You could also encourage pharmacists and medical professionals to display a poster in their pharmacy, clinic or hospital.
Click here to apply to light up a local landmark green in support of WHD.
Click here for a guide on how to hold event or webinar to raise awareness of viral hepatitis.
Click here for a guide on how to ask your local billboard owners for advertising space to raise awareness of hepatitis on World Hepatitis Day.
Click here for a guide on how to set up a meeting with your local policymaker.
Click here for a guide on how to write a letter to your local policymaker.