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Title: Stop TB Partnership Coordinating Board meeting 14-15 October 2004 Beijing The Second Global Plan to Stop TB: 2006-2015


1
Stop TB PartnershipCoordinating Board
meeting14-15 October 2004BeijingThe Second
Global Plan to Stop TB 2006-2015
2
Who wants a Global Plan to Stop TB?Stop TB
PartnershipMillennium Project (report of
working group on TB)WHO 2004 Executive Board
resolution -gt2005 World Health Assembly
resolution
3
Why do we need a Global Plan to Stop TB?As a
vision of what we can achieveAs a roadmap to
achieve targetsAs a tool for advocacy and
fundraisingTo support long-term national
planningTo stimulate research and development
4
Global TB control targets
2005 (World Health Assembly) to detect 70 of
smear-positive cases to treat successfully 85 of
all such cases 2015 (Millennium Development
Goals) to halve TB prevalence and deaths (since
2000) N.B. achievement of the impact targets
(prevalence and deaths) depends on sustained
achievement of the process targets (case
detection and treatment success)
5
The Global Plan to Stop TB
  • First global plan 2000-2005
  • described mechanisms, activities and resources
    needed to accelerate progress towards 2005
    targets
  • plans of action of 6 Stop TB working groups
  • DOTS Expansion
  • DOTS-Plus
  • TB/HIV
  • Drugs
  • Diagnostics
  • Vaccines

6
Second Global Plan to Stop TB, 2006-15
  • Key features
  • 10 years' timeframe
  • builds on first Global Plan and Progress Report
  • leads to 2015 Millennium Development Goals
    (MDGs)
  • complementary to MDGs TB working group report
    (that calls for support for the Global Plan)
  • consistent with proposed World Health Assembly
    resolution in 2005
  • responds to country needs for long-term planning
    and financial sustainability
  • develops strategic directions set out by 2nd ad
    hoc Committee on the TB epidemic


7
Process for developing the Second Global Plan to
Stop TB 2006-2015
  • Process is
  • coordinated by Stop TB Partnership secretariat
  • guided by steering committee
  • informed by feedback from first Global Plan
  • based on contributions of the 7 Stop TB
    Partnership Working Groups (DOTS Expansion,
    DOTS-Plus, TB/HIV, drugs, diagnostics, vaccines,
    and advocacy communications)
  • driven by 2015 targets

8
Members of steering committee
O Adeyi (World Bank) F Ahmed (Bangladesh Rural
Advancement Committee) N Billo (IUATLD) J
Broekmans (KNCV) K Castro (CDC, USA) M Espinal
(Stop TB Partnership secretariat) M Freire
(Alliance for TB drug development) P Hopewell
(San Francisco General Hospital, USA) PR
Narayanan (TB Research Centre, Chennai, India) F
Omaswa (Ministry of Health, Uganda) M Raviglione
(WHO Stop TB Department) K Shah (National TB
Programme, Pakistan) R Tapia (Ministry of Health,
Mexico)
9
Review of progress in developing Global Plan,
2006-2015
May 2004 - WHO Executive Board approved
resolution on Global Plan for 2005 World Health
Assembly June 2004 - WHO Strategic and Technical
Advisory Group endorsed outline of Global
Plan June 2004 - Outline sent to all partners
for feedback July 2004 - Outline endorsed by
Coordinating Board August 2004 - Steering
committee endorsed by Board September 2004
work initiated on projections
10
Contributions of Working Groups (WGs) to
development of plan (1)
  • Rationale
  • Successful development of plan depends on
    contribution of all WGs.
  • Process builds the "buy-in" necessary for the
    implementation of the plan by the WGs.
  • WGs stand to gain from a plan with wide support
    (political and financial).

11
Contributions of Working Groups (WGs) to
development of plan (2)
  • Roles of the Working Groups and secretariats
  • Each Working Group needs to develop its workplan
    in contribution to the Global Plan.
  • The secretariat in each case should facilitate
    each Working Group's contribution.

12
Developing the road map to reach the 2015 global
TB control targets
  • Construction of possible scenarios for how the
    regions individually and the world overall can
    reach the targets, i.e. development of
    epidemiological and costing projections.
  • Each WG to use the projections as the basis for
    developing their own long-term workplan in
    contribution to achieving the targets
  • milestones and timelines for expected progress
  • Budget
  • 3. Inter-active planning exercise between WGs and
    team developing projections (each WG needs to
    identify a focal point).

13
When to launch the Global Plan?
  • Aims
  • generate media interest
  • show how the Global Plan responds to calls to
    achieve the 2015 TB control targets (World Health
    Assembly resolution May 2005, UNGASS on MDGs Sept
    2005)
  • Launch options
  • between WHA (May 2005) and UNGASS (Sept 2005)
  • World TB Day 2006
  • Stop TB Partners' Forum 2006
  • Or provide a pre-publication version at UNGASS
    and launch the document in 2006

14
Who can champion the Global Plan?
  • Proposed advocacy champions
  • Amartya Sen
  • Kofi Annan
  • Nelson Mandela
  • Foreword by one of the above
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