Items tagged with Global TB response

BRICS health ministers commit to put the BRICS countries on the Fast-Track to end the AIDS epidemic (post with simple image)

At the first BRICS (Brazil, Russian Federation, India, China and South Africa) meeting since the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals, the BRICS ministers of health have adopted the Moscow Declaration, which makes bold new commitments on cooperation for global health. Commitments include strengthening linkages between the Sustainable Development Goals and public health, collaboration on the goal for tuberculosis elimination and strengthened access to affordable, quality, efficacious and safe medicines.

Lucica Ditiu: Change will be difficult, but no change will be fatal (post with simple image)

31 October 2015 – The 2015 WHO Global TB Report was launched a few days ago and the main take home message is that if we are to reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and End TB Strategy targets, we need to CHANGE. Now, not later. It is already late.

Indonesian government signs historic Bali Declaration targeting looming co-epidemic of TB and diabetes (post with simple image)

The Bali Declaration unites more than 100 global health officials and experts behind a global campaign to fight the twin scourge of TB and diabetes. New data show 1 in 4 people with TB also have diabetes in hot spots in India.

TB language guide: ‘United to End TB: Every Word Counts’ (post with simple image)

This is the first language guide for partners and stakeholders working in TB and supports the Global Plan to End TB 2016-2020 paradigm shift ‘changing the mindset, language, and dialogue on TB’.

Stop TB Partnership welcomes Nigeria’s First Lady as new TB Champion and Ambassador (post with simple image)

11 November 2015 – Geneva, Switzerland – The Stop TB Partnership is delighted to welcome Her Excellency, wife of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Hajiya Aisha Muhammadu Buhari as the new Ambassador to champion the cause of tuberculosis (TB) elimination in Nigeria and globally.

European civil society organizations call for EU leadership on HIV/AIDS, TB and hepatitis C (post with simple image)

34 European civil society organizations call on EU political leadership to urgently address communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and hepatitis C epidemics in the European Union and neighbouring countries.

Open letter to the Global Fund Board on Allocation Methodology Framework and Sustainability & Transition (post with simple image)

In advance of the 34th meeting of the Global Fund Board, 33 civil society organizations from the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region and their partner organizations from other regions sent an open letter to the Global Fund Board members, alternates and focal points.

WHO launches Global Action Framework for TB Research and creates new team on TB research (post with simple image)

A new Global Action Framework for TB Research will foster high-quality national and global TB research needed to end the TB epidemic. A new Research for TB Elimination team, set up in the WHO Global TB Programme, will facilitate the implementation of this new framework and support the promotion of TB research both at global and country levels.

Call to action on addressing TB in women living with HIV (post with simple image)

The International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) calls for the global TB response to address TB in women living with HIV.

Global Plan to End TB 2016-2020: The Paradigm Shift (post with simple image)

The Stop TB Partnership has released the Global Plan to End TB 2016-2020, which outlines the funding and action needed to tackle the global tuberculosis crisis.

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