The Hepatitis C Partnership provides centralised information and support for all those affected by Hepatitis C and those working with them.
We aim to enhance and strengthen the support and information sharing network through the community and voluntary sector by working collaboratively with service providers and other stakeholders.
We advocate and lobby the government in relation to support and services for the issue of Hepatitis C in Ireland. Ireland now has a commitment to treating everyone with Hepatitis C following its decision to sign up to the World Health Organisations (WHO) elimination strategy. Ireland reduced the years to meet this target to 2026 in conjunction with the WHO guidelines of 2030.
UISCE, in particular, supports the partnership to ensure that the community of People who use Drugs have access to information, testing and treatment.
You can check out our HepC BM special from 2018 HERE