Multi-Country Western Pacific Integrated HIV/TB Programme

Project Overview

The Multi-Country Western Pacific Integrated HIV/TB Programme aims to improve the coverage and quality of HIV/TB prevention, treatment and care in 11 participating Western Pacific countries. The programme includes prevention programmes for key populations; PMTCT; HIV, STI and TB prevention, treatment and care services; addressing TB/HIV coinfection and multi-drug resistant TB, removing legal barriers to access; and community systems strengthening. The US$14.2 million programme will run from 1 July 2015 to 31 December 2017 through Ministries of Health, regional partners and community-based organizations.


HIV 1: Increase coverage of HIV prevention services, with a special focus on key populations and other vulnerable populations

HIV 2: Strengthen coverage and quality of treatment, care and support for PLHIV, with special attention for adherence

HIV 3: Improve and expand use of strategic information to inform policy, programming, research and address structural barriers

TB 1: Provide early rapid and quality diagnosis of TB, MDR-TB, TB/DM and TB/HIV with specific focus on screening and diagnosis in selected and prioritized hard to reach, vulnerable groups across 11 PICs

TB 2: Sustain high quality treatment for all forms of TB including drug‐resistant TB and HIV related TB with patient support

TB 3: Prevent TB through diagnosis and treatment of latent TB infection for high risk groups and scaling up of infection control measures.

Programme Budget

HIV/TB Budget by Module Total (US$)

HIV Prevention programmes for general population


HIV Prevention programmes for MSM and TGs


HIV Prevention programmes for sex workers and clients


HIV Prevention programmes for other vulnerable populations


Preventing Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT)


HIV treatment, care and support


TB care and prevention






HSS - Health information systems and M&E


Removing legal barriers to access


Community systems strengthening


Program management




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