Items tagged with TB programs

Hard hitting new report on TB in South Africa (post with simple image)

Tuberculosis in the Age of Drug Resistance and HIV: Lessons from South Africa’s Experience, a report of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center

Nigeria Stop TB Partnership website launched (post with simple image)

24 September 2015 - The Nigeria Stop TB Partnership (NSTBP) has officially launched their website, http://stoptbng.org, at a board meeting held at the KNCV Head office in Abuja.

Uganda: Civil society calls for more HIV/AIDS, TB funding (post with simple image)

November 10, 2015 - Civil society organizations (CSOs) under their umbrella organization the National Forum of People Living with HIV/AIDS Network in Uganda (NAFOPHANU) have launched a campaign to challenge the government to ensure that the country does not run out of essentials drugs.

New toolkit for differentiated care in HIV and TB programs (post with simple image)

The Global Fund prepared a toolkit to help partners implement differentiated care approaches in HIV and TB investments with the aim of maximizing cost efficiency and better serving the different needs of various communities most affected by diseases.

Non-governmental organizations and civil society groups advocate for TB in U.S. government FY2017 appropriations (post with simple image)

As planning for U.S. government spending in fiscal year (FY) 2017 is underway, advocates from U.S.-based NGOs and civil society groups have appealed to legislators to prioritize TB.

New guide helps civil society identify EU funding opportunities in Europe (post with simple image)

The TB Europe Coalition launched a guide for civil society organisations across the European region explaining how to access European Union (EU) funding to support their TB and HIV activities.

Advocates call for the Ministry of Health in Cote d’Ivoire to adopt new TB test (post with simple image)

TB advocates urge the Ministry of Health in Cote d’Ivoire to introduce a new, simple, and rapid TB test, TB LAM, which detects TB antigens in urine, and is an important tool for detecting TB in certain populations living with HIV.

Join the #brokenTBpromises campaign (post with simple image)

Join Treatment Action Group in calling for Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to fix his government’s #brokenTBpromises.

Indian government's poor response may hamper Revised National TB Program (post with simple image)

KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 23: Amidst the growing number of tuberculosis (TB) case findings in the State (Nagaland), the poor response from the government is becoming a cause of concern as it could hamper the programmes undertaken by the Revised National Tuberculosis Programme (RNTCP).

Indonesia launches Ministerial Decree on Tuberculosis (post with simple image)

02 February 2017, Jakarta, Indonesia - The Minister of Health of Indonesia launched the Ministerial Decree on Tuberculosis, that includes details on the policies and guidelines on TB Control, covering strategic issues needed to accelerate TB program implementation - and especially announcing that TB has now become a mandatory notifiable disease in the country.

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