Project Overview and Objectives
The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Global Accelerator to End Tuberculosis aims to increase commitment from, and build the capacity of, governments, civil society, and the private sector to accelerate countries’ progress in reaching global targets of diagnosing and enrolling 40 million people on TB treatment and enrolling 30 million on TB preventive therapy by 2022.
The TB Data, Impact Assessment and Communications Hub (TB DIAH) project is a cornerstone of the Accelerator. TB DIAH works to ensure optimal demand for and analysis of TB data, and the appropriate use of that information to measure performance and to inform national TB programs (NTPs) and USAID interventions and policies.
TB DIAH offers a performance-based M&E framework, assessments, data dashboards and other resources to help improve tuberculosis programs worldwide.
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REACH | CURE | PREVENT
USAID’s Global TB Strategy 2023-2030 aims to achieve the Agency’s shared vision of a TB-free world and the TB Sustainable Development Goal.
USAID works with partners worldwide to reach every person with TB, cure those in need of treatment, and prevent new infections and the progression to active TB disease. This is done while scaling-up innovations in detection, care, and treatment, and fostering local ownership to sustain TB programs that contribute to pandemic preparedness.
TB DIAH tools and resources are designed to support USAID and its partners by:
- Identifying priority reach, cure, and prevent indicators and defining cascades PBMEF
- Providing tools and support to assess the quality of national TB data systems and the data they collect MESSA and ARC
- Providing insight into the availability and quality of TB services QTSA
- Visualizing TB data
- Supporting evaluations of the status of TB M&E and surveillance systems and the development of strategies for improving them D2AC and STEP