Adaptation and implementation of WHO’s multisectoral accountability framework to end TB (‎MAF-TB)‎: best practices

The World Health Organization (WHO) released a compilation of best practices that includes case studies on adaptation and implementation of WHO’s Multisectoral Accountability Framework to end TB (MAF-TB) to support effective collaboration and accountability of governments and stakeholders at the global, regional and country levels to propel progress towards ending the TB epidemic.  

It includes case studies on adaptation and implementation of the MAF-TB at the national and local level from all six WHO regions, and brings together a wide variety of country and stakeholder experiences and lessons learnt that can serve as a role model for other countries.

This best practice document complements a new MAF-TB operational guide that is being released alongside, that provides practical advice on key approaches and interventions needed to establish the MAF-TB at the national (and local) levels. The document will also inform preparation for a comprehensive review by Heads of State and Government for the next UNHLM on TB in 2023.

This is a living document that will be updated regularly with experiences from countries and partners in implementing MAF-TB.

Access the document here.

Source: WHO

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By World Health Organization

Published: Feb. 13, 2023, 11:08 a.m.

Last updated: Feb. 22, 2023, 11:11 a.m.

Tags: TB programs

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