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Where Are the Missing Millions?

In order to meet the goal set at the United Nations high-level meeting on tuberculosis in 2018 of diagnosing and treating everyone with TB, it is important to understand who is being missed with TB services, where the missing people are located, and what actions need to be taken to find and treat all people with TB

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Combatting TB-HIV in South Africa

This 2-pager summarizes the overall performance of efforts to integrate TB and HIV programs services in South Africa, and it offers specific recommendations to the government and donors to improve the TB-HIV response.

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Combatting TB-HIV in Kenya

This 2-pager summarizes the overall performance of efforts to integrate TB and HIV programs services in Kenya, and it offers specific recommendations to the government and donors to improve the TB-HIV response.

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Combatting TB-HIV in Haiti

This 2-pager summarizes the overall performance of efforts to integrate TB and HIV programs services in Haiti, and it offers specific recommendations to the government and donors to improve the TB-HIV response. It is available in English and French.

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Deadly Duo/Dynamic Duo

This one-pager discusses the deadly duo of TB-HIV, and how members of both TB and HIV communities can work together to be a dynamic duo that saves lives.

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Understanding Tuberculosis

Over 2 billion people are currently infected with TB bacteria, equaling one-third of the world’s population. Learn more about TB with our one-page factsheet -- print it out and use it in your advocacy!

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Making Health A Right For All: TB and Universal Health Coverage

Tuberculosis (TB) is widely perceived as a disease of the past. However, the latest available data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) shows a different reality. This paper was created in collaboration with Action For Global Health and aims to highlight the increasing crisis of TB worldwide.

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GeneXpert = Saving Lives from TB-HIV

The most common TB diagnostic is more than 130 years old and fails to detect the disease in many people living with HIV. GeneXpert is a new technology endorsed by the World Health Organization that can detect TB in people living with HIV.

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