Working Together – Strengthening the Implementation of Collaborative TB-HIV Activities

Course Description

The objective of this course is to improve national implementation of collaborative TB-HIV activities, as measured by achievement against selected key indicators from the World Health Organization and Stop TB Partnership's Global Plan to Stop TB. The curriculum is designed to train leaders from both TB and AIDS programmes to work together on TB-HIV issues to bring about changes in policy at the national level and ultimately improve outcomes for patients.

Scheduling this course:

This 4-1/2 day course is offered at the request of the country programmes. Each course offering is specifically adapted to the particular geographical region in which it is to be held. To date, the course has been held in Botswana, China, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe

For The Union team to run the course, the NAP and NTP must submit a joint application, and attendance by representatives of both programmes is mandatory.

Please refer to the course brief for a detailed course overview and participant profile (PDF 107Ko)

Email: tbhiv-courses@theunion.org