World Haemophilia Day 2020
Every year on 17 April World Haemophilia Day is recognised worldwide to increase awareness of haemophilia, von Willebrand disease and other inherited bleeding disorders. This is a critical effort since with increased awareness comes better diagnosis and access to care for the millions who remain without treatment.
April 17, 2020 is the 30th anniversary of World Haemophilia Day! The longevity of this celebration is proof of the dedication and tight-knit nature of our community.
The theme of World Haemophilia Day in 2020 is “Get+involved”. Whether you are a patient, a family member or caregiver, a corporate partner, a volunteer, or a healthcare provider, we want to encourage you to help increase the awareness of inherited bleeding disorders and the need to make access to adequate care possible everywhere in the world.
Celebrating with friends and family has always been a big part of World Hemophilia Day, but this year, stay home, use your internet-connected device to Get+involved virtually and stay safe!
WHD Colour In
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WHD Word Find
WHD Word Find Answers
Melbourne Star Observation Wheel Colour In Sheet
Bell Tower WA Colour In Sheet
Bell Tower WA Activity Sheet
Gasworks QLD Colour In Sheet
Storey Bridge QLD Colour In Sheet
Perth Concert Hall Colour in Sheet
Landmarks and monuments in Australia and around the world will support World Haemophilia Day by changing their lighting red on April 17.
The new Riverbank lighting feature
Melbourne Star Observation Wheel
Geelong intersection Moorabool & Malop St Geelong
The Australian Mint, Deakin
Reddacliff Place Steam Sculptures
Brisbane City Town Hall
Sandgate Town Hall
King George Square
Munro Martin Parklands
Tropical Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens
Gasometer @ Gasworks Plaza
Heritage Façade Light
Town Hall Warwick Clock Face
Mackay City Fountain Precinct
Sir Albert Abbott Admin Building, Mackay
Parliament House Brisbane
The Bell Tower
Matagarup, Mount Street and Sky Ribbon Bridges
Perth Concert Hall
Sydney Town Hall
Date last reviewed: 146April 2020