22nd-29th April 2024

Help raise awareness of PIDs


Quick actions

  • Share information about PID around you to inform your family, friends, neighbours, colleagues etc (e.g email, WhatsApp message) and invite them to join the campaign.
  • Display the World PI Week poster in your windows, at your workplace, in shops or public venues around you.
  • Tell your story via #MyPIstory, share your own experience of living with PID, caring for someone living with a PID, treating patients with PID, doing research on PIDs etc.


Get active on social media

  • Update your profile picture with the World PI Week frame.
  • Post the campaign banners, poster and pledge card.
  • Communicate key facts on PIDs (use accurate data).
  • Share a support message/video with #WorldPIWeek.
  • Relay the World PI Week videos and podcasts.

Use the official World PI Week hashtag: #WorldPIWeek


Go the extra mile

  • Contact the press to share information about PIDs and challenges in your country, and invite them to communicate about PIDs in the context of World PI Week.  More information here.
  • Approach celebrities in your country to inform about PIDs and to invite them to join the campaign and show support, by sharing a message on social media with #WorldPIWeek.

Join an event or activity during World PI Week. More information here.

More information on other ways to engage here

Everything you need to get started

Sample tweets & posts
Sample tweets & posts

Social media are a fantastic vehicle to raise awareness of patients, professionals, public authorities and the wider public

  Audience specific toolkits
Audience specific toolkits

Please click on the link below to access all audience specific toolkits.

Are we missing something?

If there is a resource you think we should supply, or if you have suggestions on improving this section, please let us know at info@worldpiweek.org