TBEC webinar on sharing experiences on pilot data collection for four WHO Europe indicators to measure the level of engagement of communities and CSOs in the National TB responses in the region
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📅 October 24, 2023, from 11:00 AM to 12:50 PM Kyiv time.
Registration via link https://cutt.ly/lwQK21Fi
📍 This year, TBEC initiated a pilot data collection project on four WHO indicators for the years 2021 and 2022 in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine.
🎙During the webinar, representatives from these pilot countries will share their experiences and lessons learnt, including challenges faced during the pilot data collection process and suggested solutions.
🎙Additionally, Georgiy Kuchukidze from the WHO European Regional Office will present:
✅ Key data on CSO/community engagement in TB response, collected annually through the WHO global TB data collection form.
✅ WHO/Europe’s assessment of the quality of data collected in the region.
✅ WHO/Europe’s plans to report progress on the four new indicators.
🎙 The webinar will also introduce participants to the developed TBEC Data Collection Guide for CSOs and TB-affected community which presents the data collection process in a simplified manner, providing a more detailed explanation of all steps, as well as practical guidance on how to implement the data collection Algorithm.
✍️ You can find the full program of the event at the link: https://cutt.ly/4wQLrld4
🎧 Simultaneous translation (Russian/English) will be provided during the webinar.
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