SA TB Caucus

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Members of parliament must be at the centre of challenges that face the citizens they represent. No other battle desperately requires the leadership, advocacy and guidance by parliamentarians than the battle against TB.

Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi

What is the South African TB Caucus?

The South African (SA) Tuberculosis (TB) Caucus is the local chapter of the Global TB Caucus, which consists of over 2300 parliamentarians from 130 countries around the world. The SA TB Caucus exists to raise awareness of the TB epidemic and supports efforts to accelerate the elimination of tuberculosis by 2030, in line with targets set by the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the National Development Plan’s vision of a long and healthy life for all South Africans. Its membership open to any parliamentarian and/or legislator in South Africa.

Join the SA TB Caucus

If you are a South African parliamentarian and would like to join efforts to end TB, sign the South African Parliamentary Caucus Declaration and join the SA TB Caucus here: