Eliminate Tuberculosis globally by 2035
Tuberculosis (TB) has killed more people than any other infectious disease in history. It's preventable and curable, yet thrives in disadvantaged communities with little visibility. Each year more than 1.5 million people die from TB, and a further 9 million struggle to overcome the debilitating sequelae of the disease. The WHO has a published strategy for a world free from Tuberculosis by 2035, but needs further political and financial support for viability. Wouldn't it be great if we could wipe one of the biggest killers in human history off the face of the earth?