The Different Categories Of Our Partners
At its 22nd Board meeting held in November 2012 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the Coordinating Board of the Stop TB Partnership approved a comprehensive package of governance reforms to improve its performance and impact on tuberculosis (TB). An important element of the Board reform has been to streamline the Board's structure so that it fosters stronger and more representative constituencies.
Partners are therefore organized around the following representative constituencies and groups of partners. Click on the links to see who our partners are under these categories.
Information on partner constituencies and groups
Click the heading of any constituency or group to view the partners in that constituency or group.
National NGO operating in countries defined by the IMF as "emerging/developing economies" with the exception of those headquartered in developed countries. Organization types under this constituency include: faith-based organizations, community-based organizations, health care service providers, advocacy groups, professional associations.
National NGO operating in any of the 34 countries defined by the IMF as "advanced economies". International NGO headquartered in countries defined by the IMF as "advanced economies". Organization types under this constituency include: faith-based organizations, community-based organizations, health care service providers, advocacy groups, and professional associations.
- Individuals who have been diagnosed with or recovered from TB.
- Individuals who have a close personal connection (i.e. family members) with someone who has been diagnosed with TB.
- Individual from a Patient-led organization (CBO, or advocacy organization) or network (i.e. Network of People affected by TB).
- Community-based organizations will be treated as NGOs unless they are patient-led.
- Companies from industries which are relevant to the goals of the Stop TB Partnership.
- Companies with skills in development of products related to TB.
The country group includes governmental entities working at national or subnational level, including ministries, programmes and health structures (such as national disease programmes, health districts and community centres.).
The donor group includes governmental agencies that provide aid to other countries (such as USAID, CIDA, etc.).
Foundations include charitable/philanthropic foundations and other private foundations. A charitable or philanthropic foundation is a not-for-profit organization with an endowment to be used for social or humanitarian purposes. Private foundations are organizations set up by a person or a corporation that funds research, health, or other defined purposes.
The multilateral group includes international organizations composed of member states (such as United Nations, European Union, World Trade Organization and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees).
The technical agency group includes academic and research institutions, such as research institutes and universities.