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TB REACH Wave 11

Bringing Innovative approaches for TB and Lung Health closer to the point of need

Stage 1 Proposal

Submission Deadline: 17 January 2024 at 17:00 Geneva time

Applications MUST be submitted using the Wave 11 application website.
Proposals submitted via email in Word/PDF format will NOT be accepted or reviewed.

TB REACH strongly encourages applicants to read and follow the Stop TB Partnership’s language guide - Words Matter Language Guide. The language used to speak about TB can influence stigma, beliefs, and behaviors, and may determine if a person feels comfortable getting tested or treated.

Non-discriminatory, empowering, and people-centered language should be used throughout your TB REACH Wave 11 proposal.

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If you have any questions, please contact us at TBREACH@stoptb.org

The Stop TB Partnership's TB REACH initiative was established in 2010 through the generous support of Government of Canada. Since then, TB REACH has benefited from additional funding from the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the UK’s Foreign Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO), Unitaid, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Funding support for this call for proposals has been provided Global Affairs Canada.


Please read all Wave 11 supporting documents prior to completing this application. Wave 11 applications must meet the following criteria:

1) Proposals should include

  1. Innovative approaches to integrate TB and lung health service delivery at primary and community levels of care.
  2. Gender-responsive interventions for people with or affected by TB.
  3. Interventions that aim for sustainability by beyond the lifecycle of the grant.

For more information on focus areas refer to: Wave 11 Technical information

2) Applicants must be non-governmental, not-for-profit organization with demonstrated presence of delivering services in the country of application. Preference will be given to local organizations. Government organizations may be included as sub-recipients on grant application.

3) Countries eligible for project implementation must fulfil one of the following criteria:

For more information on eligibility refer to: Wave 11 Concept Note