Stop TB Partnership

Awards and Grants


The main objective of TB REACH is to promote early and increased case detection of infectious tuberculosis (TB) cases and ensure their timely treatment, while maintaining high cure rates within DOTS programmes. TB REACH will encourage the development and application of innovative, ground-breaking and efficient techniques, interventions, and activities that result in increased TB case detection, reduced transmission and prevention of the emergence of drug-resistant forms of TB.



The Stop TB Partnership's Challenge Facility for Civil Society targets grass-roots civil society organizations that seek to help shape policy at local levels by giving a voice to people living with TB and those involved in its prevention, treatment and care. It's mission is to provide support to community-based organizations engaged in advocacy and social mobilization activities seeking to raise awareness and empower communities to become part of the solution in the fight against TB.

Challenge Facility for Civil Society »


The Stop TB Partnership-Kochon Prize supports the global fight against tuberculosis. The Prize is awarded once a year to persons, institutions, or organizations that have made a highly significant contribution to combating tuberculosis. The prize consists of a medal and US$ 65 000. The cost of awardees' participation in the Award Ceremony also is covered.

Kochon Prize »


The Stop TB Award for Excellence in Reporting on Tuberculosis fosters, recognizes and awards outstanding reporting in print that materially increases the public's knowledge and understanding of tuberculosis (TB), including multidrug-resistant TB, in countries affected by the disease. The award is supported by the Lilly MDR-TB Partnership.

Award for Excellence in Reporting »