The WFH comprehensive development model is the framework through which the WFH works with its national member organizations to achieve sustainable care for people with bleeding disorders. It outlines steps in six key areas, or pillars, for developing national hemophilia care programs.
The WFH produces a number of educational resources to support the objectives within each pillar.
Click More on each pillar below to explore the resources related to each area.
The WFH encourages not-for-profit patient organizations to ask for permission to translate resources into other languages, and makes these translations available to all of its national member organizations here (login required).