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WHO GLOBAL TB REPORT 2016

Actions and investments to End TB fall far short


Tuberculosis among top 10 causes of death worldwide last year
Here are the statistics from 2015

10.4 million people 1.8 million people


FELL ILL FROM TB DIED FROM TB
including 400,000
WITH HIV + TB
Thats 28,500 people every day Thats over 4,900 people every day

60% of TB cases worldwide occurred in just SIX COUNTRIES

CHINA INDIA INDONESIA NIGERIA PAKISTAN SOUTH


AFRICA

More action and investment in these countries will drive down the TB burden

3 MILLION LIVES WERE SAVED BY THE GLOBAL TB RESPONSE IN 2015

ACCESS TO CARE DRUG RESISTANCE

6.1 million people had Only 1 in 5 people needing


treatment for multidrug-
ACCESS TO QUALITY TB CARE resistant TB in 2015
ACTUALLY RECEIVED IT
4.3 million people

MISSED OUT
Only half of those who started
MDR-TB treatment WERE CURED
Better detection, prevention
Better reporting, diagnosis and
and cure will address the crisis
access to care will close this gap
of multidrug-resistant TB

GLOBAL TARGETS* BY 2030 TO END THE TB EPIDEMIC

90% reduction 80% reduction


IN TB DEATHS IN TB CASES
compared to 2015
*World Health Assembly and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

But reaching these targets will be an uphill battle

ANNUAL GLOBAL FINANCING FOR TB NEARLY US$3BN SHORT

Implementation Research and development

AVAILABLE GAP AVAILABLE GAP


US$6.6bn US$1.7bn US$0.7bn US$1.1bn

- All data for 2015


- Numbers are estimations