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World Health Organization : Year 1991, World Health Organization, Tuberculosis Carg Tf (1) Issue 91.2: Necessary Programme Activities and Management Options for Enticing Global Tuberculosis Control by Extrabudgetary Resources

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Title: World Health Organization : Year 1991, World Health Organization, Tuberculosis Carg Tf (1) Issue 91.2: Necessary Programme Activities and Management Options for Enticing Global Tuberculosis Control by Extrabudgetary Resources  
Author: World Health Organization
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
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Organization, W. H. (n.d.). World Health Organization : Year 1991, World Health Organization, Tuberculosis Carg Tf (1) Issue 91.2. Retrieved from http://community.ebooklibrary.org/


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The first meeting of the WHO Coordination, Advisory and Review Group (CARE) on tuberculosis (TB) concluded that the disease remains a major global public health problem which is not being adequately addressed, and that the creation of a focused global programme on TB under the leadership of WHO is urgently needed. Such a programme would marshal1 resources and pursue action by building a global coalition of all interested parties. Conceptually the Programme will be based on autonomous, self-managing natioml programmes served and supported by WHO and others through activities directed toward national programme support, operational research, research and development, coordination and information sharing. CARG requested the WHO secretariat to develop options for appropriate management structures of the Programme for initial consideration by a small Task Force. Management mechanisms utilised by WHO-executedprogrammes supportedpredominantlyby extrabudgetary resources have been summarized in document TUB/CARG/TF (1) 91.1, which also describes two related international programmes not executed by WHO.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS A. Critical Areas of Activity for Enhancing Global Tuberculosis Control 1. National Initiatives 2. Fostering and Sustaining National Initiatives - National Programme Support - Opexational Research - Research and Development - Management and Coordination 3. Roles and Responsibilities in Enhancing Global Tuberculosis Control B. Issues Arising in Considering the Management Mechanisms for Development of the Programme 1. General Points to Consider - TB can be controlled by existing technologies - Appropriate balance of the Programme budget - Coalitlon-building - Collaboration with other Programmes 2. Issues and Options - Co-sponsorship - Scientific and Technical Advisory Body - Management Committee - Standing Committee - Reaearch Steering Cornittees

 

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