As a partner, you have a responsibility to the TB community, as well as to the combined global effort to end TB. You should initiate and participate in activities with other Stop TB Partners and Working Groups. This includes passing on knowledge and information through channels such as our social media platforms, contributing news stories to our website and newsletter, and submitting events to our calendar. You should also contribute to Stop TB Partnership meetings, and channel ideas and feedback to the Board through your constituency representatives.
As a partner, you are also responsible for keeping your profile and contact information up to date and participating in the annual satisfaction survey to help us identify your priorities and support your engagement and expansion strategies. You should also contribute to Stop TB Partnership activities by letting others know about new ideas, data, best practices, and other resources, including funding and in-kind contributions, such as technical expertise, staff time, and assistance with marketing, media, or networking.
By becoming a partner, you demonstrate your commitment to the Global Plan to End TB. In doing so, you promote the Stop TB Partnership and join the front lines as an advocate for the elimination of TB as a public health threat.