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Story TB CARE II Bangladesh: TB In Children

TB CAREII Bangladesh: TB In Children

23 May 2015 11:09
Story TB CARE II Bangladesh: Completing TB Treatment to Prevent Drug Resistance

TB CARE II Bangladesh: Completing TB Treatment to Prevent Drug Resistance

23 May 2015 11:07
Story TB CARE II Bangladesh: Completing TB Treatment to Prevent Drug Resistance

Funded through the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the TB CARE II Project is a five year cooperative agreement awarded in September 2010 to a consortium led by University Research Co., LLC. This video was developed to encourage tuberculosis (TB) patients to complete the full course of TB treatment and prevent development of multi-drug resistant TB.

03 Feb 2014 15:46
Story TB CARE II Bangladesh: TB in Children

Funded through the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the TB CARE II Project is a five year cooperative agreement awarded in September 2010 to a consortium led by University Research Co., LLC. This video was developed to encourage parents in Bangladesh to have their children tested and treated for tuberculosis (TB) at the nearest health facility.

03 Feb 2014 15:48
Story Second Time's the Charm

Md. Anwar Hossain is a 38-year old father of two who hails from the district of Narayanganj. As an engineer at one of Bangladesh’s many textile factories, Anwar prides himself in supporting his family and helping his two sons gain a quality education. Naturally, then, he was dismayed when he learned that he may no longer have the ability to take care of them.

20 Aug 2013 13:34
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Article TB CARE II Project Overview

The USAID TB CARE II Project, a five-year project implemented by a wide consortium of health and development organizations including and led by University Research Co., LLC (URC), began in 2010 with the aim of complementing and building upon existing and planned projects in the Bureau for Global Health to provide global leadership and support to National TB Programs and other in-country partners. Since then, the project team has grown as a key global resource for the development of innovative tools and approaches to combat TB, multi-drug resistant (MDR) TB, and TB/HIV.

13 Aug 2013 12:23
Article TB CARE II Introduces High Level Workshop to Close the Gap on Drug-Resistant TB Among Children

Globally, few children with drug-resistant (DR) tuberculosis (TB) are identified, diagnosed, and given an appropriate treatment. Although advances have been made in critical high burden countries such as Bangladesh to increase access to quality care and treatment for DR TB, this disease is still considered largely to be a problem for adults, and children who are infected remain too often in the shadows, unable to access care.

13 Aug 2013 11:33