The WFH World Congress is a key event for the WFH and for the global inherited bleeding disorders community. Every second year, doctors, scientists, healthcare workers, people with bleeding disorders and hemophilia organizations gather to learn about the latest developments in bleeding disorders treatment and care. It is during this important meeting that the discussions and debates that will shape our global organization and community take place.
The WFH General Assembly is responsible for making the final decision as regards to the selection of the WFH World Congress host city. The selection of the Host city is an open process that supports the WFH mission of serving all our members—regardless of their geographic location. In order to fulfill this mandate, the Congress is hosted in a different region every two years.