USAID, Bangladesh Ministry Of Health And Family Welfare Sign Statement Of Partnership To Reduce Country’s TB Incidence By 2022

U.S. Embassy in Bangladesh: USAID Signs Statement of Partnership with Health Ministry to combat TB in Bangladesh
“[On Tuesday], the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) and USAID committed to deepen their partnership to end tuberculosis (TB) in Bangladesh. The new Statement of Partnership (SP) establishes a shared framework between the MoHFW and USAID to reduce the incidence of tuberculosis by 2022 through increasing case detection and treatment of all forms of TB. This partnership marks the latest example of USAID’s new model of partnership, the ‘Global Accelerator to End Tuberculosis,’ which aims to catalyze investments and aid countries across the world and meet the U.N. target of treating 40 million people by 2022…” (6/25).

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