Publications

TB Report Cards

(TB-HIV Report Card)
ACTION (July 2010)

This report card looks at the percentage of people living with HIV who are screened for TB.

India Tuberculosis Control Report Card
Global Health Advocates and Center for Sustainable Health and Development (March 2008)

This report card looks at progress towards India’s promised complete coverage of the Indian population with high quality DOTS based TB treatment services.

Global TB Report Card for 22 TB High Burden Countries
Global Health Advocates and Health and Development Networks (2007
)
This report card looks at the 22 countries which are home to over 80% of the world's TB cases, and shows the 15% increase since 2002 in curing infectious TB cases. It also shows the dangerous rise of drug-resistant TB that may threaten this progress.

HIV/TB Report Card for 22 TB High Burden Countries
Global Health Advocates, Health and Development Networks, RESULTS, and the AIDS-Care-Watch Campaign (December 2006)

This report card shows the 2006 UNAIDS estimated prevalence of HIV in the 22 TB high burden countries and highlights the deadly synergy between the
two conditions, and the opportunity to save the lives of people living with HIV in these countries using standardized, effective and free TB treatments.

Donor Report Card: Meeting the MDG for AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
RESULTS Educational Fund, Health GAP, Global AIDS Alliance, Global Health Advocates, Advocates for Youth, Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, Project RING, and Japan AIDS and Society Association (August 2006)

This report card grades major donor countries based on their current pledges to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria (GFATM) for 2006 and 2007 compared to their corresponding fair shares. G8 countries continue to short-change this critically important funding mechanism, threatening the lives of millions who depend on it.

Global Tuberculosis Control Report Card
Massive Effort Campaign and RESULTS Educational Fund (March 2005)
This report looks at what countries are succeeding and what countries are failing to respond to the TB epidemic.

India Tuberculosis Control Report Card
Massive Effort Campaign, Saahasee, and RESULTS International (March 2005)

In 2000, the Government of India pledged that 7 out of 10 people with infectious TB would be treated by these services, with at least 6 of them being cured by the end of 2005. This report card tracks the work done up to September 2004 to meet that commitment.