Stop TB Partnership Community Award 2022

TB Community-Led Monitoring: Leaving No One Behind

4 October 2022- Stop TB Partnership (STP) champions the meaningful engagement of TB affected communities and civil society in all aspects of the TB response. Each year, STP recognizes significant contributions from TB affected communities and civil society to the TB response in TB high burden settings, with the Stop TB Partnership Community Award – in what is the largest TB award for TB affected communities and civil society.


Over the last three years, this recognition has been for community mobilization for human rights, stigma, grass roots peer support and TB community resilience in the face of COVID-19.

In 2022, STP is again delighted to be joined by Humana People to People Foundation as the co-supporter of this unique award. The total award available in 2022 is USD 50,000.


This year the focus is on leaving no one behind through TB community-led monitoring (CLM). The successful nominee/s, chosen by the selection panel, will have contributed to advancing an equitable, rights-based TB response through CLM rollout and scale-up – that focuses on people with TB and TB key and vulnerable populations being engaged.


How to Nominate:

Please use the Nomination Form available HERE to nominate a TB affected community and/or civil society organizations / networks who have advanced an equitable, rights-based TB response where no person is left behind through the adaptation and implementation of TB CLM for social accountability.

Nominations must be received by midnight (CEST) on 17 October 2022. Incomplete nominations, or nominations received after this date, will not be considered.


A selection panel composed of representatives from STP, Humana and TB affected community representatives will jointly determine the Awardee/s. The winners will be announced during the STP Community Summit in November 2022.



  • The nominee should be a TB affected community or civil society organization (coalitions or partnerships that include these groups can be nominated as well).

  • The nominee should have undertaken meaningful and impactful work relating to TB community leadership and TB community-led monitoring to promote the principle of no one left behind.

  • The nominee should be working in a TB high burden country, and the nominee or it's legal host should be registered in a TB high burden country (if a network is not legally registered, they should have an agreement with a legally registered organization in country who can accept the award funds on their behalf).

  • The nominee, through work on CLM, should demonstrate the strengthening of an equitable, rights-based TB response, that leaves nobody behind.

  • The award winner will also need to demonstrate how the prize money will go to support TB affected communities, to strengthen national or sub national networks of people affected by TB.


Selection Process:

All nominations will be reviewed by the selection panel. The scoring will be based on:

  • Demonstration of TB community leadership in TB community-led monitoring.

  • Innovation and/or resilience demonstrated in the nominees work.

  • Significance and degree of the contribution and change made in the spirit of upholding human rights, gender equality and community-led action to identify, monitor, mitigate and overcome human rights barriers to TB services in furtherance of the principle of no one left behind.

  • Contribution to a shared understanding and conceptualization of TB community-led monitoring for social accountability

  • Whether the project or work of the nominee led to impact with good value for money.