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A library of resources for the prevention,
management, and elimination of TB.

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This guide details the latest WHO recommendations, TB diagnostic tools, and how these diagnostic tools should be used in country programs. The guide also provides activists with the information needed to advocate for access to TB diagnostic testing.

Health Professionals International Agencies Policy Makers
The animation educates viewers on topics related to drug-resistant TB and multidrug-resistant TB, such as treatment plans, basic information on multidrug-resistant TB, and the importance of medication adherence.
General Public
The video educates viewers on ways to effectively manage active TB. The animation includes information on preventing the spread of TB through TB testing, diagnosis, and treatment.
Persons With LTBI
A fact sheet with information of collecting sputum for TB, including content on why sputum testing is necessary.
General Public Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
This video illustrates the interactions between TB and HIV, including their impact on the immune system, TB testing, and TB treatment.
General Public Persons With LTBI
A fact sheet on the TB skin test, including information on latent TB infection, TB disease, and what a positive/negative skin test means. The fact sheet also has information on testing after receiving the BCG vaccine.
Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
A fact sheet on latent TB infection treatment, including helpful information on how to remember to take the medicine.
Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
A fact sheet for individuals experiencing a TB contact investigation. This material includes information on what happens in a TB contact investigation and how to protect others from active TB disease.
General Public Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
This fact sheet uses a question-and-answer format to provide the general public with information on TB. It discusses TB disease and infection, transmission, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Asian or Pacific Islander persons General Public