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Advocacy as the tool of social mobilization for TB control

National Tuberculosis Conference (NATAB) (4th 2008 Dhaka, Bangaldesh)

Advocacy as the tool of social mobilization for TB control

NATAB National TB Conference, 2008 : on 26 July 2008, Saturday at the LEGD Conference Hall, Sher-e-Bangal Nagar, Dhaka ; sponsored by GFATM

by National Tuberculosis Conference (NATAB) (4th 2008 Dhaka, Bangaldesh)

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Published by National Anti Tuberculosis Association of Bangladesh in Dhaka .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[edited by Sakhawat Hossain].
ContributionsHossain, Sakhawat., Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria., National Anti Tuberculosis Association of Bangladesh.
The Physical Object
Pagination112 p. :
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22686441M
LC Control Number2008319548

Advocacy Communication and Social Mobilization (ACSM) ACSM Advocacy • A combination of individual and social actions designed to gain political commitment, policy support, social acceptance and systems support for a particular goal or program. • Advocacy is taking action to help people say what they want, secure their rights, represent. This is the facilitator’s guide for the Advocacy, Communication, and Social Mobilization (ACSM) action planning primary goal is to assist the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria recipient countries in developing ACSM strategic action plans to scale up, enhance, and integrate ACSM activities into ongoing tuberculosis control work.

Advocacy, communication, and social mobilization Community participation in TB care Patients' charter for TB care Universal access to quality TB services for improved TB treatment outcomes. Engaging cured TB patients provides a useful tool for achieving greater involvement of people in TB care Engaging CHWs and community members to increase. Stop TB Partnership working groups Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization Working Group Paul John Sommerfeld (Chair), Carole Francis (Secretariat). Subgroup on Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization at Country Level Dr Roberto Tapia-Conyer (Chair), Nicole Schiegg (Secretariat). DOTS Expansion Working Group.

Advocate, empower and increase capacity for social mobilization for TB control among the global indigenous community. Enable indigenous peoples to identify solutions to barriers in access to TB. Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization - Mobilize US$56 billion from for TB control and new tool development Task Force. Task Force. NATIONAL ADVOCACY .


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Advocacy, communication and social mobilization for TB control A guide to developing knowledge, attitude and practice surveys. Advocacy, communication and social mobilization for TB control: collection of country-level good practices (‎in press)‎ View/ Open (‎Mb)‎.

Advocacy, communication and social mobilization for TB control A GUIDE TO DEVELOPING KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE SURVEYSFile Size: 3MB. advocacy, communication and social mobilization (ACSM) as essential components for effective TB control, particularly in the context of achieving equitable access to quality services for all population groups, among them the poor and marginalized who are most affected by Size: KB.

27Advocacy, communication and social mobilization. Component 5 of the Stop TB Strategy urges enhancement of ACSM at country level to improve case detection and treatment adherence, to combat stigma and discrimination, to empower people affected by TB, to mobilize political commitment and resources for TB control, and to institute social change and poverty reduction required for long-term control and elimination of TB.

Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization (ACSM) are integral and cross cutting to all programmatic components of the National TB Control Programme.

A signifi cant scaling up of advocacy, communication and so- cial mobilization (ACSM) will be needed to achieve the global targets for tuberculosis control as detailed in the Global Plan to Stop TB File Size: 1MB. Regional Framework for Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization and adapt innovations in TB control to improve overall health service delivery, while at the same time adopting the successful approaches of other programmes to improve TB services.

The Handbook on Advocacy, Communication, and Social Mobilization for RNTCP aims to provide momentum and build ACSM capacity by clearly describing the processes involved in planning and implementation of ACSM activities in support of TB control and prevention.

It seeks to help the reader. Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization (ACSM) is one of the key strategies of Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) in reaching masses and detecting new cases.

Advocacy, communication and social mobilization for TB control: a guide to developing knowledge, attitude and practice surveys. Need Assessment for Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization (ACSM) on Tuberculosis Control Program in Community at Bhojpur, Sankhuwasabha and Saptari Districts.

Good practice country-level advocacy, communication and social mobilisation contributing to tuberculosis control This document - born out of the need for practical examples of the fifth component of the Stop TB Strategy: “Empower people with TB, and communities through partnership” - contains good practice examples of country-level Advocacy.

Advocacy, communication, and social mobilization (ACSM) refers to a set of interventions that support TB control goals and objectives at international, national, and local levels. Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization The NTBLCP continue to conducts quarterly advocacy visit to the state governments, head of health institutions and other key stakeholders in the prevention and control of TBL & BU in the country canvassing for support to the TBL & BU control programmes at all levels.

Advocacy, communication, and social mobilization (ACSM) refers to a set of interventions that supports TB control goals and objectives at international, national, and local Size: KB. Advocacy, Communication, and Social Mobilization (ACSM) Strategy 7 The National TB Control Program has recently completed its second National Strategic Plan to take the TB strategy forward from In line with enhancements in the overarching TB strategy, it is clear that the value of advocacy, communication and social mobilization (ACSM) is.

ACSM advocacy communication and social mobilization AFB acid-fast bacilli MDR-TB or drug-resistant TB • To support development of new tools and enable their timely and effective use Targets • MDG 6, Target 8 – halt and begin to reverse the incidence of TB by TB control programs in prisons need to be established and implemented in.

Although Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization (ACSM) activities have been undertaken in high TB burden countries to remediate these issues, there is little empirical evidence of the efficacy of these approaches. The purpose of this study was therefore to examine the efficacy of an ACSM program undertaken within Pakistan.

Tuberculosis (TB) remains a major public health issue in many developing nations [].Lack of public awareness, coupled with limited engagement of communities and non-governmental organizations, have been identified as challenges impeding TB control [].To address these challenges, the World Health Organization recommends the utilization of an Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization.

Stop TB Partnership external icon. Advocacy, Communications, and Social Mobilization external icon; World Health Organization (WHO) Global TB Program external icon.

Treatment of Tuberculosis: Guidelines for National Programmes external icon; Training modules: Managing TB at the Raion Level external icon; Tuberculosis and Air Travel external icon.Guide to Monitoring and Evaluation of Advocacy, Communication, and Social Mobilization to Support Tuberculosis Prevention and Care This guide was developed to help advocacy, communication, and social mobilization (ACSM) programs at national and subnational levels strengthen routine monitoring and evaluation of tuberculosis ACSM activities.the still limited political and financial commitment to TB control; lack of advocacy, communication and social mobilization.

In addition, prison inmates in the Region have a higher risk of developing active TB (including multidrug-resistant TB) than the general population, particularly in the former USSR.