Ninth meeting of the Subgroup on Public–private mix for TB care and control and Global workshop on engaging large hospitals

New PictureEngaging all care providers in TB care and control through public–private mix (PPM) approaches and promoting the International Standards for Tuberculosis Care (ISTC) are among the core components of WHO’s Stop TB Strategy. Strengthening health systems through the involvement of all relevant health-care providers outside the national TB programmes (NTPs) is essential to meet the TB-related Millennium Development Goal and reach the targets for tuberculosis (TB) control set out in the Global Plan to Stop TB 2006–2015. The Stop TB Partnership Subgroup on Public–Private Mix for TB Care and Control (PPM Subgroup), hosted by the Global TB Programme of the World Health Organization (WHO) has been instrumental in assisting countries to enhance collaboration among diverse public, private, voluntary and corporate care providers to improve access to high-quality TB care to all who need it.

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