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Saurabh Jul 14
At the Youth TB townhall session. What's the best? Its inclusive. They have sign language translators, they have subtitles, they have electronic translators for language. Man, learn everyone. Include everyone. Kudos WHO TB team. Loved it.
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The Aurum Institute 32m
People living with HIV are at high risk of latent TB, but their infection goes unnoticed and untreated until it’s too late. It’s time to change the status quo and prevent TB to
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opednews 20m
Preventing TB is a critical cog in the wheel to and
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Kenneth Onyewuchi 21h
The 2nd National TB Conference with theme "Building Stronger Partnership to End TB in Nigeria" had players from both public, CSOs and private sector. Take home: progress is being made in the fight to stop TB, but more innovation, partnerships and synergy is needed
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TB Warrior 11h
How do we get out of this vicious cycle?
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Chris Martins Jul 18
Treatment coverage has remained low at 25% and case notification stagnated over the past five years. To reverse this trends, Nigeria must join other nations in moving towards 2035 global TB control targets. We must create awareness about TB by addressing the funding gaps.
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StopTBIndonesia Jul 20
Director of Global TB Programme met w/ the Board of Director of Stop TB Partnership Indonesia, Arifin Panigoro (19/7) and discussed strategic roles that corporate sector leaders can leverage to support such as raising awareness & the urgency to fight TB
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CFHI Jul 17
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The Aurum Institute 11h
A recent study confirmed that a new shorter regimen for preventing TB can be scaled up among people living with HIV, who are dying from TB in large numbers. Learn more:
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Lucica Ditiu Jul 14
People with TB in should know the huge efforts & work Prof. Lawson of ⁦⁩ makes to ensure high level political commitment & engagement to ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Madhu Pai Jul 20
In many countries, private and informal health providers are a big source of TB care; unless they are engaged, we cannot
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Dhifa Salma Jul 15
It's time for action! It's time to
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Saurabh Jul 17
Boy. This slide hit me hard.
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Ministry of Health Jul 20
Basic cough management can prevent the spread of infection. Take your TB medicines regularly and complete the full course of treatment as prescribed by your doctor.
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Alberto Colorado Jul 20
Attendees of the reading the ⁦⁩ poster.
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Alberto Colorado Jul 20
⁦Great to see ⁦⁦⁩ from advocating for the prevention of in at the panel on Opportunities to scale up preventive treatment.
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Rhea Lobo Jul 19
I love this picture and what is symbolises . Survived TB and picking up the pieces to ensure no one else suffers. After youth townhall in Jakarta,seeing that energy in the room, I have much hope that we will with the young
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Stop TB Nigeria Jul 18
“To in Nigeria, we need to get to the hard-to-reach areas” - Dr. Lucy Yaguoide, Consultant Pediatrician, Portharcourt Teaching Hospital affirms at the
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ARFH Jul 18
It's Day2 of the Theme: Building Stronger Partnerships to in Nigeria. Our Program Officer is making a scientific presentation titled: Community Engagement - a strategic force to tuberculosis case finding: a case study of Kano
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SFH Nigeria Jul 17
Nigeria remains among high burden countries worldwide. The conference focuses on "Building stronger partnerships to end TB in Nigeria". Critical scientific sessions analyses papers on childhood TB detection with constructive Q and A to provide solutions.
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