TB in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Project on Advancing People-Centered Quality TB Care – From the New Model of Care Towards Improving DR-TB Early Detection and Treatment Outcomes (TB-REP 2.0), is a multi-country, multi-partner program funded by the Global Fund and implemented by Centre for Health Policies and Studies as the principal recipient jointly with WHO Regional Office for Europe, TB Europe Coalition (TBEC), TBpeople and Global TB Caucus at regional level and National TB Programs and CSOs at country level. The overall goal of TB-REP 2.0 is to foster timely TB case detection and improved treatment outcomes in patients with special emphasis on drug-resistant TB, in EECA region through meaningful involvement of communities and civil society and integrated people-centered TB care delivery systems able to address the needs of key and vulnerable populations. The program is covering eleven countries with high incidence of TB in EECA region, namely Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and incorporates the full spectrum of DR-TB prevention and care issues, targeting both health and sustainable community systems for improved quality and strengthened people-centered approaches in TB care delivery.

Implementing partners at regional level

Implementing partners at country level

National TB-REP Focal Points

  • Core partnership mechanism
  • Ensure national engagement
  • Mobilize partners to elaborate systemic changes

NTP Central Units

  • Main partners
  • Ensure practical coordination

Country-level CSOs

  • Local implementers for small grants