Stop TB Partnership

Agenda for the Stop TB Partnership Event on 31 October in Paris now available

17 October 2013 - Geneva - The agenda for the Stop TB Partnership event, New opportunities for funding and engagement - Your role in the future of the Stop TB Partnership, is now available on the Stop TB Partnership website.

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TB and mining on the agenda as private sector leaders gather in South Africa

16 October 2013 - Johannesburg - The GBCHealth African Regional Conference opened today, aiming to stimulate increased private sector engagement in major health challenges, including tuberculosis (TB) in the mining sector.

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First-ever targeted roadmap outlines steps to end childhood TB deaths

Cost to end deaths from childhood TB estimated to be at least US$120 million annually.

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TB REACH kick-starts sustained efforts to free Gambia’s children from TB

30 September 2013 - Banjul, The Gambia - Funding from the Stop TB Partnership’s TB REACH programme has provided the foundations for a long-term effort to find and treat children with tuberculosis (TB) in The Gambia.

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Global Coalition of TB Activists selects new leadership team

30 September 2013 - The Global Coalition of Tuberculosis Activists (GCTA) has selected a chair, vice-chair and six regional representatives to sit on its Global Steering Committee, the governing body that will lead the GCTA and set its strategic direction.

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TB REACH calls for applications for fourth wave of projects

24 September 2013 – Geneva – TB REACH, an initiative of the Stop TB Partnership that aims to increase the number of people with tuberculosis (TB) who are found and provided with quality care, has launched a call for applications for its fourth wave of funding.

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UK pledges $1.6 billion to the Global Fund

23 September 2013 - New York - UK Development Secretary Justine Greening has announced a UK contribution of US $1.6 billion to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria for the next three years. This amount makes the UK the second largest donor to the Fund, after the United States, and provides a leap forward towards the Fund's target of securing US $15 billion.

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Childhood TB Roadmap to be launched on 1 October in Washington, DC

The World Health Organization, The Union, the Stop TB Partnership, USAID, CDC, the Treatment Action Group and UNICEF will launch a roadmap outlining the path towards zero deaths from childhood tuberculosis.

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Stop TB Partnership to host meeting for all partners during 2013 World Conference on Lung Health

04 September 2013 - Geneva - The Stop TB Partnership will host a meeting on 31 October 2013 for all partners and other people who are visiting Paris for the World Conference on Lung Health.

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Stop TB Partnership joins partners celebrating the 2013 International Day of the World's Indigenous People

09 August - Geneva - The Stop TB Partnership's mission is to serve every person who is vulnerable to tuberculosis (TB) and ensure that high-quality diagnosis, treatment and care is available to all who need it. Indigenous peoples are often poor and marginalized and it is among such groups that the burden of TB is highest. A large share of the 370 million indigenous peoples living in 70 countries, have a high burden of health challenges and low access to diagnosis, treatment and care. In industrialized countries, TB incidence and mortality rates are generally several times higher among indigenous peoples than among others born in those countries. Fighting TB among indigenous peoples is therefore at the heart of the Stop TB Partnership’s mission.

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