Items tagged with Global TB response
The Price of a Pandemic 2017 (post with simple image)
New report reveals the cost of the TB epidemic to the global economy.
Global investments in TB R&D: past, present and future (post with simple image)
WHO policy paper calls for increased investments in TB research to reach end TB targets.
Moment of truth for global TB response (post with simple image)
Marcus Low's reflections on the Global Ministerial Conference on TB held on 16-17 November 2017 in Moscow, Russia.
Blessina Kumar's talk at the Global Ministerial Conference on TB (post with simple image)
Blessina Kumar's talk on behalf of the TB community delivered at the Global Ministerial Conference on TB, Moscow, Russia, 16 November 2017.
Changing WHO Global TB Program leadership (post with simple image)
Statement from Mark Harrington, Executive Director of Treatment Action Group (TAG) on changing World Health Organization (WHO) Global TB Program leadership.
First WHO Global Ministerial Conference on Ending TB: Conference proceedings (post with simple image)
The first WHO Global Ministerial Conference on Ending Tuberculosis (TB) in the Sustainable Development Era: A Multisectoral Response (16/17 November, Moscow) brought together 79 Ministers, and a total of 117 country delegations, as well as representatives of civil society, multilateral organizations, researchers and other partners.
Advocates call for a transparent process to determine the next WHO Global TB Program Director (post with simple image)
TB advocates call for a competitive selection process that gives full consideration to a range of candidates to identify an experienced, change-oriented leader.
European and Central Asian countries can End TB ahead of the rest of the world (post with simple image)
15 December 2017 – Geneva, Switzerland – Stop TB Partnership Secretariat engaged with essential partners to support their efforts and country TB programmes to advance in the fight to end TB in the European Region to prepare the ground for the UN High Level Meeting for TB in 2018.
Let's get real: Reaching an additional 1.5 million missing people with TB (post with simple image)
18 December 2017 - Geneva, Switzerland -- A new Strategic Initiative agreement signed today between the Stop TB Partnership and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria will see the Partnership contribute towards reaching an additional 1.5 million people with TB by 2019 that are currently missed by health systems. The agreement is part of TB Catalytic Funding where a similar agreement was signed with WHO on 1 December, 2017. Under this collaboration, and using lessons learned from different initiatives especially TB REACH, the Stop TB Partnership will work with National TB Programs and partners in order to ensure that everyone with TB is reached with quality services and receive proper treatment and care through reducing barriers, development and scale-up of innovative tools and approaches in service delivery as well as through experience sharing.
2018 World TB Day theme announced (post with simple image)
Wanted: Leaders for a TB-Free World
You can make history. End TB
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