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Good COPs or Bad COPs 2.0: Advocacy to Ensure the Prioritization of TB in 2019 PEPFAR Country Operational Plans (COPs)

Every year, PEPFAR meets to discuss their strategy and budget for the following year, and set targets on implementing country operation plans (COPs) to improve the response to HIV/AIDS. The expected release of the PEPFAR Country Operational Plans (COPs) provides a critical opportunity for advocates to ensure that the latest developments in TB treatment, prevention and diagnostics are implemented within PEPFAR countries. This webinar, held on Wednesday, January 23, provided key information regarding the PEPFAR COPs process and timelines, and how to strategize and engage in PEPFAR COPs planning to address and strengthen our global response to TB through PEPFAR, and introduce tools to galvanize advocacy efforts.

Introduction: Suraj Madoori
Moderator: Lotti Rutter, Associate Director, International Policy and Advocacy, Health GAP

  • Lynette Mabote, Health Activist and Consultant
  • Albert Makone, Public Health Consultant and Health Activist
  • Martina Casenghi, CaP TB Project Technical Director, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Questions & Answers
We received more questions than we had time to answer on the webinar, and this Q&A lists those questions as well as answers them.

Handouts shared at the webinar:
Slide deck for 2019 PEPFAR COPs webinar
2019 PEPFAR COPs timeline

Health GAP’s COPs guides (available in English, Portuguese, and French)

PEPFAR TB Checklist

EGPAF CaP TB Policy Assessment Brief

Webinar Recording: Good COPs or Bad COPs 2.0:
Advocacy to Ensure the Prioritization of TB in 2019 PEPFAR Country Operational Plans.

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