HP+ conducted an analysis to help build a sustainable, long-term response to tuberculosis in El Salvador, which has seen increasing incidence of tuberculosis among persons deprived of liberty. HP+ analyzed the country’s tuberculosis response through six lenses focusing on epidemiological, financial, political, structural, programmatic, and human rights issues. For each of the six tenets, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats are identified. The analysis was then used to develop a sustainability roadmap, which provides next steps for multisectoral action.
Government of El Salvador, Ministry of Health. 2019. Sustainability Roadmap for Multisectoral Action to Address Tuberculosis in El Salvador.
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Gobierno de El Salvador, Ministerio de Salud. 2019. Hoja de Ruta para la sostenibilidad de la acción multisectorial en la respuesta a la tuberculosis en El Salvador.
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Majumdar, P. and T. Fagan. 2019. El Salvador’s Response for Tuberculosis Control: A Sustainability Analysis. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus
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Majumdar, P. y T. Fagan. 2019. La respuesta de El Salvador al control de la tuberculosis: Un análisis de sostenibilidad. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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