U.S., Zambia Sign Agreement For Partnership To End TB

The Mast: U.S., Zambia sign partnership to end TB
“The United States and Zambia have signed the Tuberculosis Accelerator Statement of Partnership to end TB in Zambia. The Statement of Partnership represents a joint approach to achieve Zambia’s 2022 United Nations High Level Meeting TB targets: 1) treat over 200,000 people with drug-susceptible TB; 2) treat 4,800 people with drug-resistant TB; and 3) put over 400,000 people on TB preventive therapy…” (Chakwe, 10/4).

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