Tuberculosis (TB) is the world’s biggest infectious killer – even though it’s treatable, curable, and preventable. And it’s both a cause and consequence of poverty. For two decades, RESULTS has been working to raise political awareness, change policy, and dramatically scale up international funding to treat and prevent the disease.

Tuberculosis Resources

Press Releases

The end of HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria is possible – but we’re off track

As world leaders come together later this year to make new commitments to the Global Fund, it’s no time for retreat.

Press Releases

World leaders pledge to reach 40 million people with tuberculosis treatment

UN high-level meeting must set new trajectory for world’s biggest infectious killer, matching bold targets with action, resources and accountability

RESULTS in the News

HuffPost: Tuberculosis remains world’s top infectious killer, but a turning point may be near

RESULTS Executive Director Joanne Carter was quoted in the HuffPost ahead of the first-ever UN high level meeting on tuberculosis.

Press Releases

Summit in Delhi Raises the Bar for Political Commitment to End TB

Health leaders from around the world gathered here today to fast track the fight to end tuberculosis. The day’s events included the formal launch by Prime Minister Modi of a strategy to end TB in India by 2025.

Press Releases

It’s time to end TB once and for all

TB is the world’s biggest infectious killer – even though it’s treatable, curable, and preventable. Why does this disease still kill more than 4,000 people every single day? Because world leaders haven’t made ending it a priority.

Press Releases

White House budget would gut programs that fight poverty in the United States and around the world

The White House has once again jeopardized the futures of families struggling to put food on the table, kids around the world seeking an education, and millions more people facing poverty. The administration’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget request proposes massive funding cuts to effective anti-poverty programs in the U.S. and around the world. Now the process and final decisions fall to Congress, where there is stiff opposition to much of this budget and where similar proposals failed last year.

Press Releases

White House budget would strip health care, education, and economic opportunity from millions

With its first federal budget proposal, the White House has taken aim at families struggling to put food on the table, kids around the world seeking an education, and millions more people facing poverty. Proposing massive funding cuts to effective anti-poverty programs, the budget jeopardizes the futures of people across the country and around the world. Now Congress takes up the process.

Press Releases

White House Budget Proposal Response

By proposing draconian cuts to funding for global development programs through the State Department and USAID, this proposal threatens the futures of millions of people living in poverty all around the world.

Press Releases

New Proposals Would Unravel Decades of Progress Against Poverty

The evidence shows what’s possible when we come together to advance the fight against poverty, but right now we face extraordinary threats to our progress, both in the United States and around the world.

Monthly Action Sheets (Global Poverty)

March 2019 Global Action - Global Fund LTE

Write a letter to the editor calling on Congress and the Administration to prioritize the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria. Outreach guide included. (Word Version)

Laser Talks (Global Poverty)

Global Laser Talk for October 2018: TB Funding

Laser talk to request increased funding for TB in 2019

Laser Talks (Global Poverty)

Global Laser Talk September 2018

Pitching a TB story to your local media

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