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World TB Day 2021 campaign kicks off!

LAST CALL: TB REACH WAVE 9 APPLICATIONS!

TB REACH Call on Experts in Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis to Review Wave 9 Proposals

Hello Kitty meets Dr Lucica Ditiu of Stop TB Partnership to learn about tuberculosis!

Launched! Digital Health Technology Hub to contribute to the transformation of TB response

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23 February - LAST CALL: TB REACH WAVE 9 APPLICATIONS!LAST CALL: TB REACH WAVE 9 APPLICATIONS!
Wave 9 Call for Proposals closes on Friday, 5 March 2021

04 February - "The Clock Is Ticking" - The World TB Day 2021 Theme"The Clock Is Ticking" - The World TB Day 2021 Theme
We are moving closer and closer to World TB Day 2021, and we want to make sure that all of us engaged in the TB response, as well as people affected by TB and TB survivors align and get together around this year’s theme "The Clock Is Ticking."

29 January - TB REACH Call on Experts in Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis to...TB REACH Call on Experts in Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis to Review Wave 9 Proposals
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27 January - TB REACH Wave 9 Call for Proposals is now open!TB REACH Wave 9 Call for Proposals is now open!
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24 January - Hello Kitty meets Dr Lucica Ditiu to learn about tuberculosis (TB)Hello Kitty meets Dr Lucica Ditiu to learn about tuberculosis (TB)
Do you know that TB is far worse than COVID19 for children? Do you know that TB is curable & preventable, but more than a million children get sick with TB every year?

18 January - Launched! Digital Health Technology Hub to contribute to the...Launched! Digital Health Technology Hub to contribute to the transformation of TB response
Stop TB Partnership launches a Digital Health Technology Hub to contribute to the transformation of TB response

18 January - In MemoriumIn Memorium
Stop TB Partnership mourns the loss of Dr Iqbal Master, an amazing professional, partner and colleague

29 December - 2020 End of Year Statement2020 End of Year Statement
We managed to keep our souls filled with courage, hope and love for all those we are here to serve - everyone suffering from tuberculosis (TB), HIV, malaria and other diseases.

22 December - 2020 - The Year in Review for TB REACH2020 - The Year in Review for TB REACH
2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, and the Stop TB Partnership’s TB REACH family of grantees was no exception. As the world battled the COVID-19 pandemic, our grantees had to react quickly with innovative ways to continue fighting to end TB amidst never-before-seen restrictions and lockdowns. We could not be prouder of the work that TB REACH has accomplished this year.

10 December - A Deadly Divide: TB-Affected Communities Call for A Rights-Based...A Deadly Divide: TB-Affected Communities Call for A Rights-Based TB Response to a Human Rights Disaster
Despite grand promises by the world’s leaders at the United Nations High-Level Meeting on TB in 2018, we have seen insufficient progress to fulfil the targets and commitments contained within the Political Declaration on TB.

08 December - Launched! Tuberculosis Research Funding Trends, 2005-2019 reportLaunched! Tuberculosis Research Funding Trends, 2005-2019 report
Global funding for tuberculosis (TB) research totaled over US$900 million in 2019, the second highest level on record, according to a report released today by Treatment Action Group (TAG) and the Stop TB Partnership.

23 November - People with TB in Ukraine are the first to receive groundbreaking...People with TB in Ukraine are the first to receive groundbreaking new BPal drug regimen
Ukraine is the first country in the world, under programmatic conditions, to provide tuberculosis (TB) patients with the groundbreaking new BPaL treatment.

21 November - USD 7.5 million in new investment for Challenge Facility for...USD 7.5 million in new investment for Challenge Facility for Civil Society platform
USD 7.5 million to support and bolster the fight against tuberculosis (TB) by civil society, community-based, and grassroots organizations for communities, rights and gender within the TB response through Challenge Facility for Civil Society (CFCS) was announced during the 33rd Stop TB Partnership Board meeting.

20 November - Stop TB Partnership Statement released at the direction of the Board...Stop TB Partnership Statement released at the direction of the Board, under the guidance of its Executive Committee

20 November - Leadership for accelerating the fight against TB in Africa...Leadership for accelerating the fight against TB in Africa amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
High-level government representatives from 11 African countries, representing three-quarters of tuberculosis (TB) burden in Africa, met on 19 November to discuss accelerated actions and increased financing needed to be on track to reach the United Nations High-Level Meeting (UNHLM) on TB targets.

19 November - RIAPED nurses from DRC and Ethiopian nurse Hiwot Menbere are...RIAPED nurses from DRC and Ethiopian nurse Hiwot Menbere are this year’s winners of the 2020 Kochon Awards
All of the winners were selected on the basis of their enormous and unique personal contribution to continue caring for those people that suffer for tuberculosis (TB) and their dedication to raising awareness of the many hurdles to overcome the disease.

16 November - LAUNCHED: Step Up for TB 2020LAUNCHED: Step Up for TB 2020
The Stop TB Partnership (STBP) and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have released Step Up for TB 2020, a new report which reveals both progress and shortcomings in the alignment of national tuberculosis (TB) policies with the latest international recommendations.

12 November - Smart medication container included in Global Drug Facility...Smart medication container included in Global Drug Facility product catalog
Stop TB Partnership’s Global Drug Facility (GDF) and the Unitaid-funded Adherence Support Coalition to End TB (ASCENT project) announce the inclusion of the first digital adherence technology (DAT) in the GDF’s product catalog: the Wisepill evriMED smart medication container.

10 November - The Stop TB Partnership & Hello Kitty join forces to end TB...The Stop TB Partnership & Hello Kitty join forces to end TB in children
The Stop TB Partnership (STBP) and the famous Japanese icon Hello Kitty by Sanrio Co. Ltd are teaming up to raise global awareness to curb tuberculosis (TB) in children, #StopTBwithHelloKitty, at a virtual unveiling event held today in Geneva, Switzerland.

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