Different Challenges, Different Approaches and Related Expenditures of Community-Based Tuberculosis Activities by International Non-Governmental Organizations in Myanmar
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JournalInfectious Diseases of Poverty
AbstractInternational non-governmental organizations (INGOs) have been implementing community-based tuberculosis (TB) care (CBTBC) in Myanmar since 2011. Although the National TB Programme (NTP) ultimately plans to take over CBTBC, there have been no evaluations of the models of care or of the costs of providing CBTBC in Myanmar by INGOs.
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