Community Initiative for Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and Malaria plus related diseases.
Never miss the opportunity to give encouragement — George Adams.
Community Initiative for Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and Malaria plus related diseases (CITAM+) is a local Zambian NGO that was registered in June 2005 to help disseminate information on TB/HIV and AIDS co-infection through community sensitisation by members of the organization, most of whom have had TB and are now cured and some of whom are living with HIV and AIDS and have suffered from TB at one time or another in their life.
TB treatment supporters being oriented on clinic operations by clinic TB corner staff.
To see a Zambia free from TB and HIV/AIDS and to have free universal access to treatment and diagnostics.
To advocate for national access to information, treatment, care and support to people infected and affected by TB and HIV/AIDS in Zambia, with a special concern for those with drug resistant tuberculosis.
To build the capacity, establish and develop a platform of communication for affected communities, and build a grassroots campaign for TB and TB/HIV co-infected patients for proper treatment, care and support.