Partners

The Stop TB Partnership Kenya brings diverse partners together, fosters coordination and conducts high-level advocacy. We focus on strengthening support to all current and future partners and the working groups of the Stop TB Partnership Kenya.

We identify shared opportunities, the most effective ways to sustain and expand engagement and create platforms for interaction and collaboration. We provide a collective voice in TB advocacy and resource mobilization. We facilitate and link partners with common areas of interest and creates a platform to facilitate consensus and coordinate advocacy approaches. Together with our partners, we advocate for the rights of people living with TB, facilitate and align our network around advocacy opportunities, and serve as a neutral platform to amplify the voices of our partners. Every year on World TB Day, the 24th of March, we come together with our partners to create awareness about the TB epidemic and the efforts to eliminate the disease in Kenya.

Our Current Partners

Ministry of Health(MoH)

Mission: To build a progressive, responsive and sustainable health care system for accelerated attainment of the highest standard of health to all Kenyans.

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Centre For Health Solutions(CHS), Kenya

Mission: To optimise delivery and use of health interventions to communities through evidence-informed solutions, innovations and research to address existing and emerging public health needs.

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National Tuberculosis,Leprosy and Lung Disease Program(NTLD-P)

Vision: To reduce the burden of lung disease in Kenya and render Kenya free of tuberculosis leprosy.

Kenya Association for Prevention of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (KAPTLD)

Mission: KAPTLD works at promoting and improving lung health in Kenya and beyond through partnership, advocacy, research & innovation, education, training and technical support.

STOP TB PARTNERSHIP-Global

Mission:

  • To ensure that every TB patient has access to effective diagnosis, treatment and cure.
  • To stop transmission of TB.
  • To reduce the inequitable social and economic toll of TB.
  • To develop and implement new preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic tools and strategies to stop TB.
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How you can help us?

Join the partnership

Your organization can be part of the Stop TB Partnership Kenya.

Become a volunteer

Offer a hand in one of our upcoming events.

Make donations

Contact the StopTB secretariat to make a donation.

Send us your ideas

We are open to feedback and ideas on how to improve so feel free to share.