Items tagged with Global TB response
Advocates encourage the establishment of an essential diagnostics list (post with simple image)
A resource to efficiently and proactively communicate to country governments the diagnostic tests that are worthy and indeed essential for approval and use is needed.
Message on World AIDS Day: Ending AIDS together (post with simple image)
01 December 2016, Geneva, Switzerland - Today is World AIDS Day, it is a moment for us to reflect on the amazing achievements we have made and the millions of lives that were saved, but also on the future needs if we want to END AIDS by 2030. On this World AIDS Day, I have just two statements to make:
Stop TB Partnership and partners #standup for the rights of people affected by TB (post with simple image)
"To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity."
- Nelson Mandela
Leave no one behind: Stop TB Partnership launches two new briefs on vulnerable groups (post with simple image)
14 December 2016 - Geneva, Switzerland - The Stop TB Partnership today launched two new briefs on TB vulnerable populations, focusing on health care workers, and on PLHIV.
United Nations General Assembly will convene High-Level Meeting on TB (post with simple image)
The United Nations General Assembly has agreed to hold a High-Level Meeting on TB in 2018.
Coalition of Indian activists calls for BRICS countries to triple investments in TB research (post with simple image)
A coalition of Indian activists delivered a statement at the 6th Meeting of the BRICS Health Ministers in New Delhi, 15–16 December 2016.
December 2016 issue of Public Health Action now online (post with simple image)
Public Health Action is the free access, online journal of The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. The journal focuses on tuberculosis, lung health, non-communicable diseases and related public health issues.
Action Plan to address HIV and TB funding withdrawals in middle-income countries (post with simple image)
The document is meant to serve as both a call to action and a plan for coordinating communications and activities to stop the attack on people’s lives and human rights in middle-income countries.
Unprecedented political support towards ending TB through 25 National TB Parliamentarian Caucuses (post with simple image)
The Global TB Caucus was launched in October 2014 with the purpose of building new political support to tackle the world's deadliest epidemic. At that time, there were only five groups of parliamentarians working on the disease at the national level: Brazil, Canada, Japan, USA and the UK and no international parliamentary groups coordinating action on the disease.
Light up the world for TB! (post with simple image)
The Stop TB Partnership is calling upon the cities of the world to illuminate their landmarks in red on World TB Day 2017.
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