This page is focused on comparing indicators. In the top section, compare multiple indicators over time in a single country. In the second section, you can compare multiple indicators in multiple countries, but must select a single year. In the third section, you can select multiple indicators over time aggregated from all USAID priority countries. In all cases, use the filters to set up your visualization. Once you have hit "Apply", you can then toggle between a chart or table display of the data. Use the menu at the top right of the generated charts to print the chart or download it as an image, PDF, or CSV.
How to Use This Section
The page above enables you to generate your own charts and tables of TB data by entering values in the filters and clicking “Apply”. To query specific variables (which are a single, non-calculated number written in the format:
variable_name (Dataset), just begin typing the variable name in the Indicators filter and then select it when it appears in the select list. In this same select list, you can also query PBMEF indicators, which are written as a whole phrase (such as
TB Case Notification Rate (CNR)) and could be calculated using WHO Global TB Database (GTBD) variables. For example,
TB Case Detection Rate or TB Treatment Coverage is calculated as
(c_newinc / e_inc_num) * 100.
You can familiarize yourself with the indicators and variables, as well as how they relate to each other using the filters immediately below and clicking “Apply”. You will be presented with a table where each row presents a GTBD variable, its definition, a link to download the dataset it belongs to, its PBMEF technical area, and links to the PBMEF indicators that rely on this variable.
Search definitions using any of the filters and clicking "Apply". If entering a variable name, use the exact name, such as
About the Data
The data used to generate the dashboards was obtained through the World Health Organization’s public website. The data includes the WHO TB burden estimates and data organized by countries, regions, and themes. These graphic representations are subject to change over time as data is updated.