Community Mobilisation Campaigns

Performance Measures
Time
Period
Current Actual Value
Current Target Value
Current
Trend
Baseline
% Change
PM
HY2 2017
1
1
2
0%
PM
HY2 2017
1
1
1
0%
PM
HY1 2017
19,858
20,000
2
423%
What We Do

Hepatitis NSW develops and runs an average of two advocacy campaigns each year based on our advocacy agenda.

Previous advocacy campaigns have included:

Equal Treatment Access, a long running campaign during 2014/15 which achieved access to Direct Acting Antiviral hep C treatments without restriction based on treatment history, disease progression or substance use history.

    Hepatitis Matters, issues for the NSW state election (2015)

    Hep C Matters, submissions to the Parliamentary inquiry into Hepatitis C (2015)

    C the person not the disease, targeting stigma and discrimination(2013)

    Treat Us Well, fair access to drugs and medicine, specifically telaprevir and boceprevir (2012)


    Who We Serve

    Campaigns are designed to improve the lot of people in our affected communities including: people living with hepatitis C; current and former prisoners; people who inject drugs; young people at risk of hepatitis C; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people, people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

    How We Impact

    We campaign using C me Community Advocates to lead the campaign. They engage people from the wider community in their local area. We engage members of Hepatitis NSW through direct communication. We engage the wider community through electronic and social media.

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