The Global Plan is a costed plan and roadmap for a concerted global response to TB. The first Global Plan was launched in 2001.
Current Global Plan
The current Global Plan to End TB 2018-2022 is aligned with the Political Declaration of the UN High-Level Meeting (UNHLM) on the Fight Against TB. It provides an estimate of the resources needed to achieve the targets and commitments set at the UNHLM on TB in September 2018 by the deadline of December 2022.
Next Global Plan in July 2022
The Global Plan to End TB, 2023-2030 is a plan for ending TB as a public health challenge by 2030. It provides a blueprint of priority actions required and a detailed estimate of financial resources needed to end TB. This Global Plan builds on the previous edition, which laid out priority actions for 2018-2022, informed by global commitments member states endorsed at the 2018 United Nations High-Level Meeting (UNHLM) on TB. The resource needs estimates from this Global Plan include resources needed for implementing TB care and prevention and R&D into new tools. This Global Plan has already informed the Global Fund Investment Case and the 2022 G20 deliberations on TB. It will serve as a key document for inspiring and aligning global advocacy efforts, such as for the upcoming UNHLM on TB in 2023.