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We play a major role in bringing the CV community together to drive transformational change.
Together we are stronger
By 2025, our aim is to reduce premature deaths from CVD by at least 25%.
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Become a WHF member and help us to build global commitment to address cardiovascular health at the policy level.
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To share science, best practice and resources, acting as a global thought leader and catalyst for positive change.
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Advocating for heart health
We lead the global advocacy effort for action to prevent, control and reduce the global burden of CVD.
All our programmes and partnerships are aimed at creating awareness of CVD as a priority issue across the globe.
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Striving for a 25% reduction by 2025 in premature
deaths from cardiovascular disease around the world
By connecting, convening and working to each other's strengths, we increase everyone's capacity to improve CVD outcomes
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WHF is the only global advocacy and leadership organization bringing together the CVD community to reduce the global burden of CVD.
2nd Global Summit on Circulatory Health
UEFA A Healthy Heart Your Goal
Rheumatic Heart Disease
A Healthy Heart Your Goal: Join the #MatchFitWoman challenge ahead of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2017
Hearts to Hearts – Raising Awareness of RHD in Eldoret
70th World Health Assembly: Round-up of Key Decisions
Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease Resolution Recommended by WHO Executive Board
Early Action in Diabetes
Joint statement by WHF and NCD Alliance on UN HLM in 2018
Tobacco: a threat to development
Professor David Wood, WHF President, on participating in the 70th World Health Assembly
Address by Dr Margaret Chan at the 70th World Health Assembly, 22 May
CVD Advocacy Toolkit - The Road to 2018
A healthy heart your goal
Tobacco: totally avoidable risk factor of CVD
Diet, overweight and obesity