Stop TB Partnership

TB DATA AT A GLANCE

This interactive country dashboards present essential information on each specific TB situation in a manner that is simple and user friendly.

For each country several variables are available and presented in easy to use graphs - including TB burden, TB care and service delivery, finances and selected determinants/comorbidity.

Sources of data are Global Fund, Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, Stop TB Partnership, WHO and World Bank - as indicated in the dashboards.

Available countries:

Practical information for users:

Graphic icons and color codes facilitate to single out a specific desired view and/or source. Using the download icon you can save a view locally as a single image in .png format.

Tips for users:

  • Hover the mouse on the graphs to reveal the values;
  • Click items in the legend if you want to add or remove elements in the graphs;
  • In some graphs, it is possible to switch between different types of charts - bar, trends line.
  • Click on the symbol (Restore) if you want to restore the graph to its original state.

This interactive country dashboards present essential information on each specific TB situation in a manner that is simple and user friendly.

For each country several variables are available and presented in easy to use graphs - including TB burden, TB care and service delivery, finances and selected determinants/comorbidity.

Sources of data are Global Fund, Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, Stop TB Partnership, WHO and World Bank - as indicated in the dashboards.

Practical information for users:

Graphic icons and color codes facilitate to single out a specific desired view and/or source. Using the download icon you can save a view locally as a single image in .png format.

Tips for users:

  • Hover the mouse on the graphs to reveal the values;
  • Click items in the legend if you want to add or remove elements in the graphs;
  • In some graphs, it is possible to switch between different types of charts - bar, trends line.
  • Click on the symbol (Restore) if you want to restore the graph to its original state.