Throughout Central Asia, Project HOPE is combating the burdens of tuberculosis, drug-resistant tuberculosis, and TB/HIV co-infection.
What's New in Central Asia
Project HOPE in Kazakhstan: Putting Lives Back on Track After TB
Kazakhstan has among the highest incidence of multi-drug resistant TB in the world and the large influx of labor migrants has posed serious challenges. Project HOPE programs address the treatment and prevention of TB.
HOPE for TB’s Youngest Victims
Every year, in Tajikistan, a country where the burden of TB is very high, as many as 600 children become ill with this infectious but curable disease. To receive treatment, the majority of these children have to be hospitalized and, as a result, separated from their families for months at a time. For these little patients, a hospital stay is a very long, lonely, and scary experience.
Project HOPE: Accelerating Toward TB Elimination
Project HOPE joined more than 2,000 TB professionals at the 48th Union World Conference on Lung Health in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Outreach Gives HOPE, Saves Lives
Last year, Project HOPE's TB outreach impacted 59,576 migrant workers, including Gulnara, a young mother living in Kazakhstan.
Conference Brings Global Experts Together to Solve Lung Health Suffering
Project HOPE’s TB experts are among the thousands of delegates from around the globe gathering at the annual Union World Lung Conference on Lung Health, this year held in Guadalajara, Mexico.