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Civil society calls on governments to fully fund Global Fund and save millions of lives

On St. Valentine’s Day, the TB Europe Coalition (TBEC) took part in a flash mob initiated by the Alliance for Public Health and Eurasian Harm Reduction Association in the region... More
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G20 and C20 – know what is what!

G20 is one of those rather mysterious international events that everyone has heard about, but could not really explain what exactly they are about, or how they work or why... More
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Back to basics – the 6th Replenishment of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

2019 is the year of the sixth replenishment of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. This year civil society organisations and people affected by the diseases all... More
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What happens after the UN High Level Meeting on TB?

On 26th of September last year, during the first ever UN High Level Meeting on TB (HLM), over 15 Heads of State and nearly 80 Ministers of Health and Ministers... More

The TB Europe Coalition is a regional advocacy network of civil society organisations and individuals from across the WHO Europe region, comprising Western and Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. The network aims to strengthen the role of civil society within the regional response to tuberculosis (TB), and ensure political and financial commitments to end TB.

Established in 2009, TBEC has grown rapidly and is now increasingly recognised as the voice of the civil society across the WHO Europe Region.

The TB Europe Coalition has two key areas of focus: first, to support civil society organisations and activists in their advocacy role at national level, and second, to coordinate and carry out evidence-based TB policy advocacy at regional and international level.