Civil Society Engagement

The IMPAACT4TB Civil Society Cohort in project countries

Under IMPAACT4TB, the Treatment Action Group(TAG) is the lead partner in supporting global and national advocacy by civil society and community-based organizations to scale up TPT and pediatric-TB interventions. TAG works with selected civil society organisations to undertake and support advocacy for TPT and pediatric TB at the global, regional, and national levels to bring together civil society partners from project countries to undertake targeted advocacy at the national level aimed at introducing and scaling up 3HP, including for people living with HIV and children under the age of 5 years old. These partners across our 12 countries work collectively with TAG and support other Consortium members. 

Our Civil Society Partners for 2023

The advocacy for this year focussed on reaching overlooked populations particularly children and pregnant women. 

The Pan-African Positive Women`s Coalition (PAPWC)

Cohort 2: 2020 - 2021

Meet our Civil Society Partners for 2021

Jointed Hands Welfare Organization, Zimbabwe

The Coalition of Women Living with HIV and AIDS in Malawi (COWLHA)

Access to Rights and Knowledge, India

Zimbabwe Young Positives, Zimbabwe

ZNNP+, Zimbabwe

West African AIDS Foundation, Ghana

TB Voice Network, Ghana

Sankalp Rehabilitation Trust, India

Pajoma TB Group, Kenya

2019 - 2020

CSO Partners - Cohort 1

  • South Africa: TB PROOF
  • Brazil: Brazilian National TB CAB (Rede-TB)
  • Cambodia: Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance (KHANA)
  • KENYA: Stop TB Partnership-Kenya
  • TANZANIA: Tanzania Network of Women Living with HIV & AIDS (TNW+
  • MOZAMBIQUE: Kenguelekeze
  • MALAWI: Facilitators of Community Transformation (FACT)
  • MALAWI: The Coalition of Women Living with HIV/AIDS (COWLHA)
  • ZIMBABWE: Zimbabwe National Network of People Living with HIV (ZNNP+)
  • ZIMBABWE: Jointed Hands Welfare Organization