Stop TB–Halte à la Tuberculose–Canada: engaging industrialised nations in the challenge to meet global targets [Stop TB Partnership]
Source: The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, Volume 8, Number 1, January 2004 , pp. 147-150(4)
Abstract:The Stop TB Partnership has engaged the 22 high-burden countries in a drive toward the goal of finding 70% of cases and curing 85% by 2005. Traditional partners, aid agencies and governments of industrialised nations have joined the Partnership, but the broader range of civil society remains outside the discourse, risking disinterest on the part of the donor community.
Stop TB–Halte à la Tuberculose–Canada was organised to engage new partners to support the Canadian government's commitment to the goal of reducing poverty and diseases of poverty, including tuberculosis, by 50% by 2010. The successes and challenges are explored, and the possibility raised that having a Stop TB movement in every country will ensure that support is sustained and goals of global tuberculosis control reached.
Document Type: Invited Paper
Publication date: 2004-01-01
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