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07 May 2024
COMMUNITY, CARE, - Quality of Life

Today is World Asthma Day 2024!  Did you know that over 30 million people in Europe, including a significant number of children, are living with asthma? Now, more than ever, there is a pressing need for easily accessible, accurate and comprehensive information online.

That’s why we're thrilled to introduce, a new intuitive website designed to empower patients living with asthma and their caregivers.




What distinguishes

It's a science-backed educational resource, co-created with patients, brimming with insights, practical tips and actionable steps. From decoding symptoms and handling attacks to accessing care and seeking professional support, delivers trustworthy and easily digestible information for everyone touched by asthma. Highlights include: 

  • Comprehensive, easily understandable, science-based information on asthma types, risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options.
  • Treatment guidelines based on the latest research and expertise.
  • Patient education materials to facilitate effective communication and shared decision-making.
  • Practical tips for symptom management, asthma action plans, and lifestyle.

Ashtma Symptoms Asthma Attacks Asthma Care Living with Ashtma Asthma Help

It’s available in multiple languages, ensuring accessibility for patients worldwide to access it in their preferred language (at the moment, in English, French, Italian, and Spanish).


Support us on World Asthma Day 2024 - share the news 

  • Share the news of the website launch with your members through your website, newsletters, and social media channels. Download our ready-to-use toolkit which includes a factsheet, a press release, and social media posts and guidelines on how to use it.
  • Visit the new website at in EnglishFrenchItalian and Spanish and share the full press release to help us make information on asthma more accessible.

  • Join us on socials! EFA is posting information on our FacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitter and YouTube channels.

  • Encourage your network to visit and explore the resources available to them.

Together we can reach a broader English, French, Italian and Spanish speaking communities, ensuring more patients worldwide can benefit from this educational resource.