Perspectives: Creating Multi-sectoral Leadership in TB Control

Alyssa GovindanArticle

By: Angel Cheng, Global TB Caucus TB has a devastating impact not only on the health and wellbeing of people around the world, but also on economic growth and stability. As a result, the disease is increasingly presenting itself as both a moral and financial consideration for businesses concerned about their workers, consumers and communities where they operate. According to … Read More

Alyssa GovindanPerspectives: Creating Multi-sectoral Leadership in TB Control

Crossing the Valleys of Death in TB: From Development to Roll-Out

Ian MatthewsNews

By: Dr. Lucica Ditiu and Dr. Catharina Boehme   The numbers speak for themselves.  In 2015 alone: 1.8 million died from tuberculosis (TB); 10.4 million people fell ill with the disease; and An estimated 480,000 developed multidrug resistant-TB (MDR-TB). All of this, combined with the airborne transmission of the disease, makes TB the leading infectious disease killer (surpassing both HIV … Read More

Ian MatthewsCrossing the Valleys of Death in TB: From Development to Roll-Out

Whadya Know About TB?

Margaret ArbogastBlog, News

Each year on March 24th, we celebrate World TB Day. Although tuberculosis (TB) is preventable and curable, it remains one of the top ten causes of death in the world.

Margaret ArbogastWhadya Know About TB?

Global Fund 5th Replenishment Conference

Nisa PatelEvent

The government of Canada will host the Fifth Replenishment Conference of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Montréal, Quebec, on 16 September 2016. This conference will bring global health leaders together to further mobilize efforts to end the epidemics of three of the world’s most devastating diseases – AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria – by 2030.   The Global Fund partnership … Read More

Nisa PatelGlobal Fund 5th Replenishment Conference