Alongside resources developed by TB Europe Coalition, ranging from different TBEC publications to various capacity building tools such CSOs map or TBEC webinar recordings, please see below a short overview of different international and regional institutions and organisations, fighting against TB in the WHO Europe region and globally.

All of the websites contain valuable sources of information and capacity building tools that you will find helpful in your advocacy in the WHO Europe region and globally.

A Collection of TB Resources

A collection of resources that may be of use.

World Health Organisation, Regional Office for Europe

WHO/Europe office is one of WHO’s six regional offices around the world, responsible for public health, including TB within the United Nations system.

World Health Organisation, Regional Collaborating Committee on TB Control and Care

WHO RCC-TB Committee is an interactive platform to exchange information on activities and joint action with regard to M/XDR-TB responses in WHO Europe region. 

STOP TB Partnership

STOP TB Partnership is network of 1500 partner organizations that include international, nongovernmental and governmental organizations and patient groups. Its goal is to eliminate TB as a public health problem and, ultimately, to obtain a world free of TB.

 Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria

The Global Fund is an international financing organization that seeks to rapidly raise and disburse funding for programs that reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in low- and middle-income countries. 

European Centre for Disease Control

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control is an independent agency of the EU whose mission is to strengthen Europe’s defences against infectious diseases, including TB.

Global TB Caucus

The Global TB Caucus is an international network of more than 2300 parliamentarians in over 130 countries driving political action to end TB.


Launched in 2016, TBpeople is the first regional network of people with experience of TB in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia.


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