Stop TB Partnership

Country Focus


Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization (ACSM) refers to a set of evidence-based, targeted activities that can create positive behaviour change, influence decision-makers and empower communities. The ACSM web site offers practical tools for planners and implementers and best practices on how ACSM strategies have been effective in addressing various TB control challenges, including stigma and discrimination as well as case detection and treatment adherence.


A national stop TB partnership is a voluntary alliance between organizations drawn from the public, civil society and private sectors who commit to work collaboratively towards TB prevention, care and control, in which all partners contribute from their core competencies, share risks and responsibilities and benefit by achieving their own, each others and the overall goal.

NEW! Current national stop TB Partnerships

National partnerships to stop tuberculosis [.pdf]

Our partnering process


TBTEAM (the TB TEchnical Assistance Mechanism) builds upon the previously established Interagency Coordinating Committees, Stop TB Partnerships or otherwise named TB partner coordination bodies as well as all technical bodies of the Stop TB Partnership (e.g. Green Light Committee, Global Laboratory Initiative, Global Drug Facility, the TBCAP mechanism).


This page provides technical information on the the 22 high burden countries as published in the most recent Global TB Control Report by WHO.
View data on tuberculosis in countries

If you are a regional or country office and would like to update information for the next Global TB Control Report, you can do so using the
WHO global TB data collection system

Information about the epidemiology of TB, and about global TB control is available from the
GHO TB pages.