TB Data, Impact Assessment and Communications Hub (TB DIAH)

TB Data, Impact Assessment and Communications Hub (TB DIAH) is a new project that just launched a web-based, interactive data platform for global tuberculosis (TB) data users. TB DIAH is associated with the Global Accelerator to End TB, USAID’s new business model to focus on performance-based measures for combating TB.

TB DIAH aims to ensure optimal demand for and analysis of TB data and the appropriate use of such information to measure performance and to inform national TB programs and USAID interventions and policies. This website and data hub contain information, guidance, and tools for data users to achieve those ends.

April 2, 2019
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TB programs, USAID interventions, tuberculosis, TB, data use, performance measurement

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