WHO 1+1 Youth Initiative Global Youth Movement to End TB
World Health Organization launched a new initiative called 1+1 on the occasion of World Tuberculosis Day In 2019. The initiative aims at advancing engagement with young people, and amplifying their voices to end TB. This initiative builds strongly on strategies and initiatives beyond TB such as the UN Strategy for Youth.
Little Actions = Big impact
The 1+1 initiative relies on small actions that young people can excel at. Utilizing the untapped resource of youth, we can benefit from a social multiplier effect. If each one reaches one, we can reach the millions we need to end this epidemic
Scaling up of global, regional and national actions to prioritize, invest in and engage with young people in the fight to end TB. This will serve to meet their specific needs and realize their rights, as well as tap into their potential as agents of change.
Goals and objectives
- Mobilizing and empowering young people in the fight to end TB and harnessing their multiplier effect through the 1+1 campaign,
- Recognizing the contribution and participation of young people as important stakeholders in the fight to end TB, and
- Respecting the diversity of young people and engaging them across the spectrum.
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