To provide human rights-based and people-centered TB care, it is necessary to hear the voice of those affected by TB and marginalized populations as a cornerstone in the development, planning, implementation, review of national TB programs. Without consumption, people with tuberculosis, vulnerable or at high risk of getting sick, eliminate the complex reasons of the disease and stop tuberculosis.
In order to support representatives of civil society and the TB affected community in the EECA region influencing national monitoring, data collection and accountability systems to strengthen the participation of key TB affected communities and civil society organizations in the national TB response, the TB Europe Coalition has developed a document “From local to global: enhancing community engagement in TB accountability”.
The aim of this document is to assist civil society and affected communities’ efforts to integrate relevant targets, monitoring and evaluation systems, as well as financial national strategies, strategies and policy documents, and to ensure accountability for collecting accurate information. This document serves as a guideline for the development of policies and action plans not only at the national, but also at the regional and global levels.
The full version you can find via links:
– Russian version https://www.tbcoalition.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/From_Local_to_Global_A4_Ru_fin.pdf
– English version – https://www.tbcoalition.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/From_Local_to_Global_A4_En_fin.pdf
This document was developed within the framework Stop TB Challenge Facility for Civil Society (CFCS) grant to TB Europe Coalition for the regional project “PRO-ACT TB 2022”.