Items tagged with Global TB response

Community-led action activating a human rights-based TB response: Launch of a policy brief in 5 languages (post with simple image)

'Activating a human rights-based TB response – a technical brief for policymakers and program implementers' is now available online in 5 languages - Bahasa, Hindi, Marathi, French and Spanish. It can also be accessed in English.

Global Fund Results Report 2021 (post with simple image)

Global Fund Results Report reveals COVID-19 devastating impact on HIV, TB and malaria programs.

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New data shows COVID-19 combined with funding shortfalls are devastating efforts to end TB by 2030 (post with simple image)

Less than half of required funding has been provided globally with dramatic consequences as hundreds of thousands more die from TB.

Global TB progress at risk: COVID-19 and funding shortages undermine years of steady gains (post with simple image)

TB deaths rise for the first time in more than a decade due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Civil society meaningful engagement into integrated health response on TB, HIV and viral hepatitis (post with simple image)

A newly released policy brief is meant to help better understand the UN Common Position on Ending HIV, TB and Viral Hepatitis through Intersectoral Collaboration, and to present the best practices of civil society for integrated response on TB, HIV and viral hepatitis.

Every day more than 650 children die from TB (post with simple image)

Stop TB Partnership highlights devastating and continued impact of COVID-19 pandemic on children affected by TB.

Stop TB Partnership warns of increase in TB deaths among people living with HIV for the first time in over a decade (post with simple image)

Trend expected to continue without urgent investments in TB services to recover from impact of COVID-19.

World AIDS Day Message from the Global TB Program: It’s time for action on inequality to end TB and AIDS (post with simple image)

As we mark this year’s World AIDS Day and focus on ending inequalities, we need to remember that TB is a leading cause of death among people with HIV and the second most common cause of death from an infectious disease, after COVID-19. TB is driven by poverty and thrives on inequity, disproportionately affecting the most vulnerable and marginalized. The COVID-19 pandemic is further fuelling inequality by driving up poverty and malnutrition, both of which are major risk factors for TB. Access to essential services for TB has also been severely hampered due to COVID-19 related restrictions and the redirection of resources to the COVID-19 response.

World TB Day 2022 theme announced (post with simple image)

Invest to End TB. Save Lives.
World leaders have only limited time until December 2022 to keep the promises made to their citizens and nations at the 2018 UN High-Level Meeting on TB.

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