22nd-29th April 2024

Unveiling the Theme for World PI Week 2024

We are thrilled to announce the theme for World PI Week 2024, and it’s a rallying call to action that we believe will make a significant impact:

“Access to care for all PID patients, everywhere.
“Let’s make early diagnosis & timely access to quality treatment a reality worldwide.”

The key topics that our campaign will address under this theme include:

1. Reaching Equitable Diagnosis: Breaking down barriers to ensure all individuals, regardless of geography, have access to timely and accurate diagnosis for PIDs.

2. Achieving Universal Access to Specialized Care: Advocating for a world where PID patients have access to specialized care that meets their unique needs, regardless of their location.

3. Ensuring Quality Treatments for All: Promoting awareness and action to guarantee that PID patients worldwide receive the highest quality treatments available.

Closing this exciting announcement, we are honoured to introduce our Global Ambassador for the World PI Week 2024 campaign, Dr. Ruediger Krech, the esteemed Director of the Department of Health Promotion at the World Health Organization (WHO).

Dr. Krech brings a wealth of expertise and dedication to our cause, and we are privileged to have his support in championing the theme, “Access to care for all PID patients, everywhere.”

As a testament to his commitment, Dr. Krech has shared a compelling video message, shedding light on the WHO’s initiatives to establish a Global Network for Rare Diseases. We invite the entire community to watch the video and gain valuable insights into the collaborative efforts shaping the landscape of rare disease care on a global scale.

Click here to watch the video now!

Campaign Materials (Coming soon!)
The 2024 Campaign Materials including posters, banners, translations, information toolkit & policymaker invitation letters will be available next week!

Stay tuned for more updates as we work together to raise awareness and drive change. Your support is crucial in making universal access to early diagnosis and quality treatment a reality for PID patients everywhere.