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Western Pacific Regional Green Light Committee: progress and way forward

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ABSTRACT

The Western Pacific Regional Green Light Committee (rGLC WPR) was established in 2011 to promote scale-up of programmatic management of drug-resistant tuberculosis (PMDT).

rGLC WPR has generated greater awareness of regional challenges and has encouraged local solutions to regional problems.

PMDT should be part and parcel of routine TB programme activity.

Challenges and bottlenecks have varied according to the different stages of PMDT implementation, requiring different types of technical assistance.

Regional initiatives should be dynamic and responsive to the needs of countries.

Regional initiatives should be dynamic and responsive to the needs of countries.

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Structure of the Western Pacific Regional Green Light Committee (rGLC WPR).
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fig0005: Structure of the Western Pacific Regional Green Light Committee (rGLC WPR).

Mentions: The rGLC mechanism is not only an expert committee, but a partnership of the Committee, countries, technical organizations, and donor agencies (Figure 1). The Committee performs an overseer role and the Secretariat ensures coordination. The mechanism encourages countries to share their experiences and taps into the expertise of various technical organizations for specific technical assistance to the country as relevant. Donor agencies provide funding support for scaling up PMDT and receive updated status information on programme implementation through the mechanism.


Western Pacific Regional Green Light Committee: progress and way forward
Structure of the Western Pacific Regional Green Light Committee (rGLC WPR).
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fig0005: Structure of the Western Pacific Regional Green Light Committee (rGLC WPR).
Mentions: The rGLC mechanism is not only an expert committee, but a partnership of the Committee, countries, technical organizations, and donor agencies (Figure 1). The Committee performs an overseer role and the Secretariat ensures coordination. The mechanism encourages countries to share their experiences and taps into the expertise of various technical organizations for specific technical assistance to the country as relevant. Donor agencies provide funding support for scaling up PMDT and receive updated status information on programme implementation through the mechanism.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

The Western Pacific Regional Green Light Committee (rGLC WPR) was established in 2011 to promote scale-up of programmatic management of drug-resistant tuberculosis (PMDT).

rGLC WPR has generated greater awareness of regional challenges and has encouraged local solutions to regional problems.

PMDT should be part and parcel of routine TB programme activity.

Challenges and bottlenecks have varied according to the different stages of PMDT implementation, requiring different types of technical assistance.

Regional initiatives should be dynamic and responsive to the needs of countries.

Regional initiatives should be dynamic and responsive to the needs of countries.

No MeSH data available.