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Uganda at 56 Take TB Fight Seriously

Hon. Betty Aol Ochan, Woman Member of Parliament, Gulu District, Leader of Opposition in Uganda Parliament, speaking as Guest of Honour during the high level policy workshops on tuberculosis (TB) in Uganda that were organised and hosted by CPAR Uganda Ltd on Monday, 27th November 2017 in Gulu.  She encouraged all leaders in all their respective capacities that the need to take TB seriously in the budget. Read her full speech here.

The workshops were part of CPAR Uganda’s qualitative investigation in to TB in Uganda that it conducted in 2016 to 2017 as part of the University of St. Andrews led research and advocacy project code named: TWENDE (Tuberculosis: Working to Empower the Nations’ Diagnostic Efforts) and which was funded by the EDCTP2 Programme supported by the European Union.

For more on CPAR Uganda’s empirical research and advocacy work on TB visit the TB special page on our website.

 PEOPLE POWER IN ACTION is when we SPEAK TRUTH to power, always; and when we do our civic duty for the greater good.

 

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