Alliance calls for civil society and community inclusion in ending TB

Ahead of the United Nations high-level meeting on tuberculosis (TB), the International HIV/AIDS Alliance today calls on world leaders to prioritise more meaningful engagement, inclusion and participation of civil society and communities to tackle the disease.

Pop up HIV testingHIV testing in a pop-up site in a slum area of Kampala. The doctor had tested 119 people so far and still people were joining the queue. © Gemma Taylor for the International HIV/AIDS Alliance 

The Alliance, which provided integrated TB and HIV services for more than 2.2 million people in 2017, also sets out five key strategic priorities that are critical to ending TB.

Read the Alliance statement in full