a B4H PNG TB dream team
creating a TB team within a business has been our goal from day one. In this story we see a goal achieved. A team needs support from the CEO, a leader and members who work for the goal of early case finding and returning to work.
PNG's deadliest infectious disease brings vibrant and engaging health promotion to the streets of Port Moresby. Thank you to our sponsors, subscribers and many partners in the National TB effort #coveryourcough
Team #B4HPNG with our #coveryourcough message join our business partners, workplace TB Wardens and friends in the National TB program on the NCD Governor Parkop's Sunday for World TB Day 2019.
Businesses for Health celebrates International Women Day with our Women in TB project. It is a collection of ten short stories of ten incredible women.
The B4H World AIDS Day clapping song is called “know your status.” It is based on an old-fashioned children’s hand clapping song game. It is very well known to many who grew up in PNG. In 2018, we recognise the original silly song as sexist and racist. Our aim is to do better. We hope your singing and sharing our new song, helps to promote respect for people living with HIV, reduces ignorance, and encourages everyone to “know their status".
DOWNLOAD and share our #notobacco resources
Reduce Smoking and Reduce TB
Enjoy our workplace information sheets and activities for use this World NO Tobacco Day #coveryourcough #NoTobacco
The B4H TB and Children breakfast guests raised money for paediatric TB supplies for the team at POM Gen.
bmobile promoting the TB info line 7676 2482
Businesses for Health, our business sponsors, supporters, TB wardens and many friends from the National TB program join us in getting every one in the NCD to join in the #coveryourcough #endTB #itstimetoendtb campaigns for World TB day 2019
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the only way to promote health seeking behaviour is with leadership, education and collaboration with experts... last week we had it all and the people are still rolling up to get vaccinated.
Listen to our cover from Radio NZ here from World TB Day Wednesday 24th March, 2021. Thank you Kiwis & The National newspaper