PCCA new brochure published within the framework of the TB-REP project highlights the position of civil society on quality people-centered care for TB patients.

What could help civil society organizations to be effective in fighting the TB epidemic? With whom, in the first place, is it necessary to establish communication and interaction for an early achievement of results?

These and other important aspects of TB advocacy are covered, briefly and concisely, in the brochure.

The material was compiled by joint efforts of TB-REP partners and activists from among people affected by tuberculosis.

The brochure on people-centred care was issued in the framework of the 3rd EU Health programme thanks to the operating grant given to the TB Europe Coalition by the Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency of the EU.

To download the brochure, please click here.


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