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COVID-19 creates new opportunities for TB care in sub-Saharan Africa

October 28, 2020 by PATH

COVID-19 has set back TB eradication by a decade, but it’s also created new opportunities for the adoption of client-centered strategies that could benefit the global TB community in the long term. Join this important dialogue to learn more about how PATH and our partners are adapting to the pandemic to protect—and perhaps, even accelerate—TB progress in the long term.

Speakers
Dr. Charlotte E. Colvin, Senior TB Technical Advisor, Bureau for Global Health, Office of Infectious Diseases, Tuberculosis Division, USAID
Dr. Patrick Lungu, Zambia National TB and Leprosy Control Program Manager
Dr. Victoria Musonda, Chief of Party, Eradicate TB, PATH
Kristian van Kalmthout, ASCENT Project Director, KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation
Dr. Nanthalile Mugala, Chief of Africa Region, PATH (moderator)

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