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Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization for TB Control: Collection of Country-level Good Practices
Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization for TB Control: Collection of Country-level Good Practices
Author: Stop TB Partnership

Publication Date: 2010

Format: Report

Physical Description: 84 p.: col., ill.

Language: English

How to Access this Material:
PDF: http://www.stoptb.org/assets/documents/resources/publication
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Abstract: The purpose of this document is to highlight cases in which Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization (ACSM) interventions have contributed to a positive outcome of tuberculosis (TB) control activities directed to a range of audiences and settings. It is intended for on-the-ground stakeholders who are interested in successfully integrating ACSM strategies and activities into TB control programming, as well as for decision-makers who can provide greater political and financial support for ACSM activities at the national, sub-national and international level.

 

Publisher:
Stop TB Partnership
Chemin de Blandonnet 2
1214 Vernier
Geneva, Switzerland 27
International Phone: (41) 22 552 2883
http://www.stoptb.org external site


Audience(s):
Advocates, Government Agencies, International Agencies, Managers and Supervisors, Outreach Workers

Topic:
Advocacy/Communications, Program Management

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