United Against Hepatitis: Network for a Hepatitis-Free Society

Since 2010, United Way Mumbai has addressed the challenge of the increasing prevalence of hepatitis B and C infections. As a part of our Community Impact Initiative, we target high-risk populations such as female sex workers, drug addicts and migrants, as well as the general population. The strategy adopted includes medical interventions among the high-risk groups for controlling the infections, (with testing, medical referral, follow up and support for treatment compliance, patient support activities, etc.). Additionally, we provide health education to the masses to generate awareness and prevent the spread of infections.

For more information regarding our World Hepatitis Day 2019 initiatives and activities, please email us at contact@unitedwaymumbai.org.

United Against Hepatitis


In commemoration of World Hepatitis Day, United Way Mumbai launched the ‘United Against Hepatitis’ Network for a Hepatitis Free Society on July 26th 2019. This network unites key public health professionals, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Community Based Organisations, corporates, local hospitals and the Public Health Department, among other stakeholders. Our objective is to raise awareness about Hepatitis and to address the challenges faced while working to eradicate Hepatitis from a community health perspective. UWM will work with UAH Members and their beneficiaries through the following activities:

Our projects have been able to achieve great scale of outreach and impact among the vulnerable sections of the population in Mumbai. Our interventions have been, and are being conducted with active community participation to ensure sustainability. We have gained great insights into the best strategies for tackling hepatitis in the community. We will continue to make consistent and collaborative efforts to tackle health challenges in the community.

To apply for membership to the United Against Hepatitis network, you can fill in the membership form here and email the same to us.

For more details about the United Against Hepatitis network, please click on the video link below:


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