This project brief describes one aspect of PATH’s contributions to tuberculosis (TB) control in India. With the support of the United States Agency for International Development, PATH worked with India’s Revised National TB Control Program to implement new national guidelines on airborne infection control in India. Work included developing education materials for health workers and their patients, convening experience-sharing workshops for national TB program staff, and training local engineers and architects to design effective infection-control measures within health facilities.
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Publication date: May 2014
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This publication is part of the series Tuberculosis activities in India
Related regions: Asia
- About PATH's work > Advancing technologies
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- Emerging and epidemic diseases > Tuberculosis
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