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The National Tuberculosis Prevalence Survey
The National Tuberculosis Prevalence Survey, funded by the Global Fund Coordinating Unit of the Ministry of Finance in Lesotho, is enabling the national tuberculosis (TB) program to gain a better understanding of the TB burden to identify ways of improving TB control throughout the country.
The goal of the survey is to enable the national TB program to gain a better understanding of the TB burden to identify ways of improving TB control throughout the country. The survey’s overall objective is to determine the national prevalence of bacteriologically confirmed pulmonary TB in Lesotho among adults. The survey is sampling approximately 30,000 adults nationwide. URC – with its survey partners NEXT and AQUITY – are working closely with key stakeholders in the country.
This National TB Prevalence Survey and the information collected is contributing to the improvement of TB control and prevention interventions in Lesotho thanks to fresh and reliable data on the disease burden. The effort’s outcome is indispensable for strategic planning, policy formulation, and monitoring and evaluating national and international strategic frameworks.
2016 to 2018
Global Fund Coordinating Unit of the Ministry of Finance in Lesotho
Network of Excellence in People-Centered Testing and Treatment (NEXT)