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We strive to reduce CVD by at least 25% by 2025, leading the global advocacy effort for action to prevent and control the world's biggest killer.
Our advocacy experts work with the UN and other international bodies to influence global policies, development strategies and funding allocations.
WHF is the only CVD organization in official relations with the WHO.
2020 start: WHO and WHF committed to eliminate Rheumatic Heart Disease
WHF welcomes new Air Pollution Expert Group
WHF releases new Advocacy Strategy for 2019-2022