WACI Heath is a recipient of the 9th round of the Challenge facility for civil society grant. CFCS is the Stop TB Partnership (STP) grant mechanism for TB affected community and civil society organizations to transform the TB response so that it is rights-based, gender-transformative, people-centered and accountable. The grant will support community and civil society voices from 10 African countries namely: Angola, Namibia, Zambia, Lesotho, Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Eswatini & Nigeria.
Rise up now for TB (Run4TB) is an advocacy and communications campaign that will catalyse community and civil society voices for TB advocacy in the African region to create a sense of urgency, and in a coordinated approach call upon African leadership to rise up for TB by prioritizing the delivery of the UNHLM targets and TB accountability.
- Strengthen civil society and community voice and action on UNHLM targets and TB accountability
- Engage political leadership to strengthen commitments on TB HLM targets and TB accountability