The Community Delegation to the Stop TB Partnership Board  was formed in 2019 in an effort to improve communication and engagement, strengthen accountability and enhance institutional memory of the TB Affected Communities constituency. The Delegation is made of up to forty members coming from the TB Affected Communities Constituency, and is committed to achieving geographic and gender balance, as well as balanced representation of key and vulnerable groups. Within the Delegation, a Leadership Team is formed to manage the Delegation and to effectively communicate with and represent the broader constituency.

Deadly Divide

This report has been developed by the Stop TB Partnership Community, Developing Country NGO and Developed Country NGO Delegations through consultation with their constituents and other key stakeholders from over 60 countries. This report documents how – two years on from the United Nations High-Level Meeting on TB and the Political Declaration on the Fight Against Tuberculosis – there is a major gap between the targets endorsed by heads of state and governments, and the results achieved. This is felt most acutely within communities, where it results in deaths and suffering. A Deadly Divide is informed by extensive inputs from TB-affected communities and civil society throughout the world. It presents evidence and experiences for six key Areas for Action.

TB33% Campaign

TB33% Campaign is one of the Community Delegation’s flagship projects, carried out together with the Developing Country NGO DelegationTBPEOPLE Global, African Coalition against TB and other partners.



Global Plan to End of TB (2023-2030)

TB and YOU