Stop TB Partnership

What can I do?

Add the Red Arrow to your profile picture on Facebook and/or Twitter in order to raise awareness for TB. You can use our tool here.

If you would like to make the change yourself you can download an image of Red Arrow here.

Tell your political leaders to step up for TB:

Every 18 seconds someone dies of TB. Call upon your Head of State, Head of Government, Minister of Health or Parliamentarians to step up their actions against TB and ensure that everyone affected by TB gets the rights diagnosis, treatment and care.

Do you live in a country that is particularly affected by TB? Tweet to your Minister of Health and ask them to Step Up their TB policies:


Is your country not on this list? Go to to find out how your country is doing in the fight to End TB.

You can also ask your Parliamentarians to join the Global TB Caucus. Over 2300 Parliamentarians around the world have pledged to join the fight against TB through the Global TB Caucus - check if your local parliamentarian has already signed up here.

The Red Arrow symbol was developed with the input of thousands of partners in the TB community. It belongs to no single organization, person, tagline, or agenda, but represents our unity against TB. The emblem is in your hands to shape, mold, and give meaning to: join the movement and wear a pin. Tell the people around you about it and convince them to wear one as well.

You can order your Red Arrow pins for your event by reaching out to

Every contribution makes a difference. Through the generosity of people like you, our work has made a difference in the lives of millions around the world. Your donation will go a long way towards helping those less fortunate around the world - to get them access to basic things like diagnosis and treatment.

Your gift to support the work of the Stop TB Partnership allows us to fund promising approaches to diagnose and treat people living with TB, get affordable medicines to the people that need it the most, and provide communities with small grants to improve local response. Simply because you care.