Our vision: a world free from TB
More than 9 million new cases emerge every year and 1.5 million people die. Yet they die needlessly, because TB is preventable and curable.
TB is not a disease of the past - it is right up there alongside malaria and HIV/AIDS as one of the world's biggest killers.
Please listen to our BBC R4 Appeal which aired on Sunday the 8th of February with the amazing Simon Callow.
This is one not to be missed...
See our Annual Report & Accounts
Our new Annual Review is printed this week and is now available on our website.
How we work
Our work is based around three key principals;
We have taken high quality diagnosis into some of the world's poorest countries. In Timor-Leste we have helped nearly 2,000 people receive high quality testing.
Treatment and Support
We ensure that people living in poverty receive the right treatment and are then supported to endure the treatment. We train local people as health workers to provide practical and emotional support to individuals and families affected by TB
Our investment in a world free from TB is education, novel, exciting and non-traditional engaging ways to inform people and communities about TB, it's symptoms and where to get help.
Make a donation
We spend just £10 per person on
average to deliver our lifesaving work
Brighton Half Marathon February 2016
Did you make a resolution to run? We have places in the Brighton Half Marathon why not run for us and save lives at the same time. Find out more...
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We are currently updating our website. In the mean time, why not stay up to date with our work through Facebook and Twitter.
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