This was the third time Joshua visited the TB clinic with TB symptoms. He had been treated the first time and the
STP-K is a membership organisation that brings together
different partners which include civil society, development partners TB infected and affected communities, Government sectors and the private sector with the goal of contributing towards ending TB in Kenya.
Inline with sustainable development goals (STGS) and the social pillar of Kenyan vision 2030. the Kenya health policy 202-2030 and to contribute to the right to health as stipulated in the Kenyan constitution chapter iv article 43 (a).
To be a robust partnership towards a Kenya free of TB
To enhance partnership for promotion of existing strategies towards end of TB and address hindrances through coalition building, resource mobilisation, advocacy, communication and community engagement.
To optimise partnerships towards end of TB align advocacy strategies to Kenya TB national strategic plan the global end TB strategy and the united nations, High level meeting, country commitments through advocacy, resource mobilisation and strategic partnerships
Step up advocacy for increased domestic resource allocation to TB by 50% by 2025.
60% of counties with the TB budget in the annual work plan by 2025.
10% annual increase in revenue from members and partners.
100% compliance with STP-K governance requirements.
A well coordinated multi sectoral approach with membership increased to 30 partners by 2025.
Total TB incidence
HIV-positive TB incidence
HIV-negative TB mortality
HIV-positive TB mortality
of all deaths are from TB
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