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Publisher:  TB Europe Coalition

The report “After Aid: What is next for Tuberculosis and HIV in Europe?”  explores the consequences of donor withdrawal from Eastern Europe and Central Asia on the HIV and TB epidemics. External donors such as the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria and USAID have played a crucial role in ensuring access to TB and HIV services in the region. These programmes have primarily targeted vulnerable groups who are often overlooked by their governments. Shifting policies are leading international donors to withdraw support from middle income countries refocusing aid on low-income countries.

This shift in donor resources is likely to deal a catastrophic blow to HIV and TB patients in the region as donor withdrawal is unlikely to be matched by increased domestic investments in the immediate future, leaving potentially large gaps in finan...

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Publishers:  TB Europe Coalition , RESULTS UK and Global Health Advocates France

Progress in involving civil society in national TB programmes across the European region is falling short. As 2015 is quickly approaching, the report finds that only one of the eight indicators related to the community aspects of the Consolidated Action Plan to Prevent and Combat M/XDR-TB 2011-2015 (MAP) has been met.

Endorsed by the 53 Member States of the WHO European Region three years ago, the MAP aimed to contain the spread of M/XDR-TB by achieving universal access to prevention, diagnosis and treatment in all Member States by 2015. The MAP has been providing clear recommendations to countries on improving the involvement of civil society in TB programmes. ‘Falling Short: A Civil Society Perspective of the Response to Multi & Extensively Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (M/XDR-TB) in the European Region’ assesses the progress made to ensure the involveme...

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