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At a historic UN High-Level meeting on Tuberculosis, civil society asks world leaders to put people at the centre of the fight against TB and step up funding for Research & Development

PRESS RELEASE New York, 26 September 2018. The challenge of Tuberculosis (TB) is faced worldwide, including across all of Europe and Central Asia. 1.6 million people died of the disease in... More
Journalist Award Winners and Finalists

Best Media Coverage of Tuberculosis Recognized at an Event on the Role of Media in Raising Public Awareness around the Disease

At a roundtable discussion on the role of media in raising public awareness around tuberculosis (TB), the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) gave awards for “Best Media Coverage of... More

TBEC at UN High Level Meeting on TB

On 26th of September, at least 40 Heads of State will gather in New York at the United Nations General Assembly first-ever High Level Meeting on Tuberculosis. It is the... More
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TBEC Board appoints Yuliya Chorna as new TBEC Director

Since its inception in 2009, the TB Europe Coalition has aspired to unite civil society working on TB across the region to become more powerful advocates at regional, national and... 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.