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We play a major role in bringing the CV community together to drive transformational change.
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By 2025, our aim is to reduce premature deaths from CVD by at least 25%.
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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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A message from our President a week away from World Heart Day
WHO launches new NCDs Progress Monitor
The Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) awarded the prestigious QCI-DL Shah Platinum Award
WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Secretariat’s statement on the launch of the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World
New global coalition will boost access to medicines and products for chronic diseases
Women's EURO 2017 campaign pictures
A new global health initiative to save 100 million lives
Message from the WHO Director-General Tedros: It's time for our leaders to commit to #BeatNCDs
WHF Emerging Leaders program puts the spotlight on CVDs in Africa
A healthy heart at the Homeless World Cup
Public Health England launches campaign to increase heart health awareness with a new version of its online Heart Age Test
WHF at the International Heart Hub (iHHub) II Latin American Congress on Heart Diseases
UN Global Compact ban recognizes the tobacco industry’s incompatibility with responsible, sustainable business
World Heart Federation to participate in the WHO Regional Meetings
United to End Rheumatic Heart Disease