childhood TB programming

Addressing Childhood Tuberculosis: Opportunities for Maternal and Child Survival Platforms

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African Strategies for Health (ASH)

Tuberculosis (TB) is now the leading infectious cause of death worldwide – ahead of HIV. While major advances in the diagnosis and treatment of TB have been made since 1990, children suffering from this disease have remained neglected and vulnerable. An estimated 1 million children become ill with TB each year, and at least 400 children die each day from TB around the world.

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The policy and practice divide for childhood tuberculosis in Africa: A landscape analysis

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African Strategies for Health (ASH)

The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) African Strategies for Health (ASH) project undertook this childhood TB landscape analysis, to expand and centralize available information on childhood TB in the African region.

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