Background: The worldwide prevalence of Viral Hepatitis has been the cause of severe liver diseases and cancers, affecting more than 300 million people. As for the AL-Anbar region in Iraq, this study sheds light on the prevalence rate among children of hepatitis with its three classifications: A, B, and C. Materials and Methods: A retrospective analysis of 127 children aged 6 months to 15 years was performed. Comprehensive diagnostic techniques were utilized on collected blood samples, including biochemical and rapid tests (IgM and IgG detection), ELISA, and rtPCR. Results: Analysis, carried out using IBM SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) software, unveiled that Hepatitis A was the predominant infection (39.4%), succeeded by Hepatitis B (33.1%), and Hepatitis C (27.6%). A notable correlation was observed between ELISA and PCR test outcomes for all three types of Hepatitis, reinforcing the efficacy of these diagnostic methods. Conclusion: The substantial prevalence of hepatitis types A, B, and C in the AL-Anbar children's community mandates prompt public health interventions. Emphasizing the need for effective screening, our study highlights the necessity for implementing preventive strategies to curb the spread of these infections.