- National Anti Tuberculosis Association of Bangladesh (NATAB)
National Anti Tuberculosis Association of Bangladesh (NATAB) started its function in 1948, in the then East Pakistan now Bangladesh, aimed to provide services to the Bangladeshi people affected by Tuberculosis disease. NATAB was established by a group of young health professionals focusing on treatment of TB patient.
During its inception, NATABís activities covered only one or two places in Bangladesh. Currently, having nearly 100 staff, and 4500 volunteers; the Organization expanded its activities in all the 64 districts of Bangladesh. The National Anti Tuberculosis Association of Bangladesh is conclusively working to make Bangladesh free from TB and other infective diseases like Lung, Disease, and Chest Disease etc.
The Association organizes National Tuberculosis Conference, and seeks to restrain Tuberculosis, chest diseases, malaria, HIV/AIDS etc in Bangladesh. NATAB also involved in various advocacy and awareness building activities. It provides training programs particularly on TB for the physicians, nurses, lab technicians, health visitors, and social workers. However, the Association is persistently working to cease to exist Tuberculosis disease from Bangladesh.
National Anti Tuberculosis Association of Bangladesh (NATAB):
House No. 121, Road No. 05,
Ground and 1st Floor.
New DOHS, Mohakhali,
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Tel: +88-02-8833 747
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