March 2024 is your one-stop site to find TB educational materials for patients and providers.

World TB Day 2024: YES! We Can End TB, from the Stop TB Partnership.

World TB Day 2024 Campaign Website, from the World Health Organization.

Each year we recognize World TB Day on March 24. This annual event commemorates the date
Dr. Robert Koch announced his discovery of the bacillus that causes tuberculosis (TB).

CDC’s Division of TB Elimination has information to assist in World TB Day 2024 planning efforts.

  • World TB Day Digital Toolkit
    CDC’s World TB Day digital toolkit has graphics, social media content, and videos to help spread the message to think, test, and treat TB.

  • World TB Day Events
    Tag CDC TB on X/Twitter (@CDC_TB) and Facebook (@CDCTB) if you are hosting a World TB Day event. CDC TB will amplify and cross-promote your event on their channels.

  • U.S. TB Elimination Champions
    The CDC U.S. TB Elimination Champions project provides an opportunity to recognize accomplishments and learn best practices from individuals who are making significant contributions to eliminating TB in the United States. Nominations are now closed.

    U.S. TB Champions will have their stories featured on CDC’s websiteX/Twitter, and Facebook accounts.

For updates and additional information about World TB Day, visit the World TB Day website.

CDC's Introduction to Tuberculosis slide set has recently been updated. The slide set is a great tool for people who are not familiar with TB. The slides provide a basic overview of the latest information on TB in the United States. It also includes information on directly observed therapy (DOT) and video directly observed therapy (vDOT).

Visit the CDC website to download the slide set.

Do you have TB education or training materials you would like to share? You can submit materials to our database electronically! For more information, visit

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