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Parliamentarians and civil society can work together to have a lasting impact on the TB epidemic

By Vadim Pistrinciuc, Moldovan MP  In November, I visited Bucharest with the Global TB Caucus to support the efforts of the Romanian Angel Appeal and the Caucus to encourage sustainable parliamentary engagement... More
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Vans VS HIV

By Rachael Hore, RESULTS UK TB Policy Officer “I’ve known him for years. He watched his father beat his mother to death at 9. After that, he searched the bins for... More
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Romanian TB Law Adopted by the Parliament

Once in a while, we have some truly wonderful news to share. As you might have seen from TBEC social media feed, TBEC together with the Global TB Caucus organised a... More
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TBEC – live and kicking at the Union conference this year!

From 24th to 27th of October, around 4 000 delegates and nearly 100 journalists of the 49th World Conference on Lung Health descended on the city of Hague in the Netherlands. The annual... 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.