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.

Multilingual versions of the report will be available at a later date.

Global Plan Task Force

The work on the development of the new Global Plan was guided by a Task Force with diverse expertise.

The Task Force members are:

  • Paula Fujiwara
Countries affected by TB
  • Raghuram Rao
  • Ivan Manhiça
  • Anna Marie Celina Garfin
  • Sharofiddin Yuldashev
Multilateral Organizations
  • Farai Mavhunga
  • Nobuyuki Nishikiori
  • Eliud Wandwalo
  • Alternate: Jamhoih Tonsing
New Tools Working Group and Researchers
  • David Lewinsohn
  • Alternate: Jennifer Woolley
  • Mark Dybul
  • Nim Arinaminpathy
Communities affected by TB/TB Survivors
  • Carol Nawina
  • Alternate: Bertrand Kampoer
  • Choub Sok Chamreun
  • Alternate: Rhea Lobo
  • Olya Klymenko
  • Alternate: Timur Abdullaev
  • Sevim Ahmedov
Private Sector
  • Philipp Jacon
  • Luan Vo Nguyen Quang
Health Economist
  • Anna Vassall
  • Bjorn Lomborg