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The Global Task Force on Cholera Control

(GTFCC) brings together all multi-sector technical partners from around the world to support countries in their fight against cholera, offering an effective and well-coordinated platform whose secretariat is hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO). Launching the strategy titled Ending Cholera: A Global Roadmap to 2030, the GTFCC partners aim to reduce global cholera deaths by 90%. With the commitment of cholera-affected countries, technical partners, and donors, as many as 20 countries could eliminate disease transmission by 2030.

The Global Roadmap is based on three strategic axes:

  1. Early detection and quick response to contain outbreaks at an early stage;
  2. A multi-sectoral approach to prevent cholera in hotspots in endemic countries (including improved water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and through use of oral cholera vaccines (OCV));
  3. An effective mechanism of coordination for technical support, resource mobilization, and partnership at local and global levels – with the GTFCC providing a strong framework to support countries in intensifying efforts to control cholera.

NEW Launch of the Ending Cholera Roadmap

On 4 October 2017, partners of the Global Task Force on Cholera Control (GTFCC), officials from cholera-affected countries, and key global health donors convened to officially launch Ending Cholera: A Global Roadmap to 2030
Ending Cholera Roadmap - Call to Action Meeting summary
Ending Cholera: A Global Roadmap to 2030
Ending Cholera Roadmap - List of Participants

NEW Declaration on Ending Cholera

In October 2017, 35 GTFCC partner institutions endorsed a call to action on ending cholera, an unprecedented engagement to fight cholera through implementation of the Global Roadmap Through the declaration, the GTFCC partners call for a commitment from all stakeholders to support cholera-affected countries and align our energies, efforts, and resources to end cholera transmission.
GTFCC Declaration to Ending Cholera

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Contact: GTFCCsecretariat