Grant Amounts: Individual grants for the selected projects will range from US$ 500,000 to US $1 million.
The main objective of TB REACH is to promote early and increased case detection of infectious tuberculosis (TB) cases and ensure their timely treatment, while maintaining high cure rates within DOTS programs. TB REACH will encourage the development and application of innovative, ground-breaking and efficient techniques, interventions, and activities that result in increased TB case detection, reduced transmission and prevention of the emergence of drug-resistant forms of TB. As suggested by its name, TB REACH will focus on reaching people who have limited or no access to TB services.
The program will focus on reaching people from eligible countries who currently have limited or no access to TB services.
World Health Organization STOP Tuberculosis Partnership
Community Based Organizations International Agencies Nonprofit Organizations
Award Amount Notes
Individual grants for the selected projects will range from US$ 500,000 to US $1 million.
Proposals for TB REACH grants must be for projects one year in length. Multiple applications from one country are accepted.
Application Due Date
Stop TB Partnership Secretariat World Health Organization Geneva,
One year, may be renewed for a second year based on the results of the project's first year.
Case Management/Administration Directly Observed Therapy, Short Course, DOTS Drug Resistance TB TB Prevention
The application instructions are available at: http://www.stoptb.org/tbreach/howapply.asp .
The TB REACH application form can be downloaded from the website of the Stop TB Partnership, under the TB REACH page (www.stoptb.org).
Multiple applications from one country are accepted. The application form is a MS Word document and it is preferable that applicants download the form, fill it electronically and email it to email@example.com, with the subject line marked "TB REACH application – name of the applicant".
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