Working with HFA
Haemophilia Foundation Australian Capital Territory Incorporated (HFACT) is a non-profit organisation representing people, and their families, affected by haemophilia, von Willebrand's disorder and other rare bleeding disorders in the ACT and the surrounding region of Southern New South Wales. HFACT is a member organisation of Haemophilia Foundation Australia (HFA) and is represented on the HFA Council.
HFA is the national peak body in Australia which represents people with haemophilia, von Willebrand disorder and other inherited bleeding disorders. HFA provides some financial support to our Foundation for our programs and services.
HFA and State and Territory Foundations work together to improve treatment and care for people with bleeding disorders and to ensure appropriate representation and advocacy. HFA is also a national member organisation of World Federation of Hemophilia and works to improve access to treatment and care around the world.
The national website redevelopment project in 2016 was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health to provide integrated and reliable communications and evidence based health information to people affected by bleeding disorders and the general community.
For more information on HFA visit www.haemophilia.org.au