AdvocacyIPCTLD supports public health authorities in developing policies and innovative strategies in the prevention and control of TB, other chronic lung and non-communicable diseases in Nigeria
ResearchIPCTLD carry out implementation research and screening activities to help Nigerians live longer, We research better methods of detection, treatment and cures for TB, lung and non-communicable diseases.
EducationWe contribute to the early detection of Tuberculosis, chronic lung and non-communicable diseases through various health sensitization workshops and community awareness activities .
Access to Health FacilitiesWe promote accessibility to quality health services by persons affected by Tuberculosis, chronic lung and non-communicable diseases. We also facilitate the establishment of DOTS centres in selected LGAs
Initiative for Prevention and Control of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (IPCTLD)
IPCTLD is a non-profit non-governmental organization that is committed to the prevention and control of TB, other chronic lung and non-communicable diseases in Nigeria. The organization is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Nigeria. The membership of the organization comprises experienced public health specialists in public health organizations and academic institutions, physicians, paediatricians, finance specialists, media and publicity specialists, social scientists and laboratory scientists. Our members are professionals with high level of integrity and honesty with a proven record of outstanding performance in their various disciplines.
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Community Outreach at Aso Pada, Mararaba, Karu LGA, Nasarawa State on 5th April 2019
The Initiative for Prevention and Control of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (IPCTLD) conducted an outreach program at Aso Pada community...
2019 World TB Day Sensitization at Enugwu-Agidi, Anambra State
The outreach was carried out on March 20th 2019 by Anambra IPCTLD Team and Health Workers. The community residents...