The Global Plan to Stop TB 2006-2015
In 2006, the Partnership launched the Global Plan to Stop TB 2006-2015 in Davos, Switzerland at the World Economic Forum. The total cost of the Plan - US$56 billion - represented a threefold increase in annual investment in TB control compared with the first Global Plan. The Plan set out to reduce TB incidence in line with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and reach the Partnership’s targets for 2015 of halving TB prevalence and deaths compared with 1990 levels.
The Global Plan to Stop TB 2006 - 2015 is a comprehensive assessment of the action and resources needed to implement the Stop TB strategy and make an impact on the global TB burden.
- View the full Global Plan to Stop TB 2006 - 2015 [.pdf]
Español [.pdf], Arabic [.pdf], Français [.pdf]
- The Executive Summary English [.pdf], Français [.pdf], Español [.pdf]
- The Foreword to the plan by Irene Koek (Chair, Stop TB Partnership Coordinating Board) and Ernest Loevinsohn (Emeritus Chair, Stop TB Partnership Coordinating Board)
- The Preface by Dr LEE Jong-wook, Director-General, World Health Organization
- The Statements of Suppport by Emile Bongeli Yeikelo ya Ato, Minister of Health, Democratic Republic of Congo, Hilary Benn, United Kingdom Secretary of State for International Development and Andrew Natsios, Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development
- The Introduction explains the rationale for the Plan and outlines how the Plan is structured.
- The Steering Committee of the Global Plan to Stop TB 2006 - 2015
- Click here to learn more about the development of the Global Plan
- Click here for the message of thanks from Partnership Executive Secretary to all partners