Ismarte sa kalye update

One of the more neglected segments of the population of the fight agaista AIDS has been the street-based sex workers (SBSWs). In comparison to sex workers who work our of bars and other establishments, SBSWs are exposed to higher leveles of violence and abuse.

TB MALAYA Launch

Dr. Thelma E. Tupasi, Founding President of the Tropical Disease Foundation presented the findings of the study “Evaluation of Reasons for Patients’ Lost to Follow-up During MDR-TB”

TDF works with DLSU-COSCA to Empower Manila Communities in the Fight to End TB

For the month of March 2016, in line with the Foundation’s thrust of establishing partnerships, Tropical Disease Foundation (TDF) entered into a collaboration with De La Salle University Center for Social Concern and Action (COSCA)

Evaluation Of The Operationalization Of The Informal Network Mechanism For Street

Evaluation Of The Operationalization Of The Informal Network Mechanism For Street-Based Sex Workers In Relation To Human Immunodeficiency Virus (Hiv) And Other Sexually Transmitted Infection (Stis) Prevention Program In The Philippines Intervention For Street-Based Sex Workers

Evaluation of Reasons for Patients' Lost to Follow-up During MDR-TB Treatment in the Philippines

Currently, the PMDT program has a system of enablers which includes a transportation allowance. On top of this, a proposed Enhanced Transportation Package (eTAP) is under discussion which will slightly increase the amount of funds, regardless of treatment adherence.

Takpan ang Ubo

Dr. Thelma E. Tupasi, Founding President of the Tropical Disease Foundation presented the findings of the study “Evaluation of Reasons for Patients’ Lost to Follow-up During MDR-TB”

Maalaala Mo Kaya (MMK) showcases TDF’s Success Story

Dr. Thelma E. Tupasi, Founding President of the Tropical Disease Foundation presented the findings of the study “Evaluation of Reasons for Patients’ Lost to Follow-up During MDR-TB”

TB cases in the Philippines are declining according to WHO

Dr. Thelma E. Tupasi, Founding President of the Tropical Disease Foundation presented the findings of the study “Evaluation of Reasons for Patients’ Lost to Follow-up During MDR-TB”

Designing Health Solutions: Participating in Harvard School of Public Health Scholarship By Claudette V. Guray, RMT (AMT)

Designing Health Solutions

The Harvard University School of Public Health’s Executive and Continuing Professional Education (ECPE) department presents occupational and environmental health and safety programs intended to provide the participants with solutions to issues of significant importance…

Mycobacterium tuberculosis Genotyping Program Training

In late July 2011, Mark Lester Bernardino, Laboratory Officer of the Tropical Disease Foundation, Inc., was sent to its collaborating partner in Taiwan for ten weeks training on Mycobacterium tuberculosis Genotyping Program. This was held at the Reference Laboratory of Myobacteriology, Center for Disease Control, Taiwan Department of Health. The laboratory is headed by Dr. Ruwen Jou.

The…