World Tuberculosis Day 24 March 2011, History, Events, Theme, Precautions Programs:

History of World Tuberculosis Day:

World Tuberculosis Day (also called World TB Day) is start on March 24, 1982. This day is celebrates on March 24 every year. World Tuberculosis Day is planned to create community awareness about tuberculosis nowadays leftovers a deadly disease in a lot of the world. More than 1.6 million people were causing death for Tuberculosis every year.

World Tuberculosis Day in Pakistan:

On World Tuberculosis Day, Women, men and children who also suffered from TB; TB patients; nurses; doctors; researchers; community workforce; social workers; all are participate into the internationally fight over Tuberculosis.

World Tuberculosis Day 

Events of World Tuberculosis Day in Pakistan:

This special day for TB is celebrated with this purpose that all member of the community will spread awareness about the disease about its symptoms, treatment and precautions. Media can play a significant role in this regard. People can be aware from the help of TV, radio and leading newspaper. Awareness is more important for remote areas where communication facilities are less in number. Conferences and seminars celebration from the government for the day, youth march and other activities to commemorate world TB day.

Distribution of Posters, badge and key chains. Have you been coughing for two weeks of more, sweating at night, losing weight and appetite? If so, you should contact to doctor for more information. The government has society health workers who are there to hold up patients and make sure that they take and complete their treatment. They need your hold up to be successful in preventing the spread of TB in our communities. TB awareness walks arrangements.

You can keep yourself healthy by doing the following:

  • Eat loads of fruits and vegetables
  • Exercise daily.
  • Stop taking alcohol.
  • Stop taking drugs.
  • Stop smoking.
  • Fresh Air.


  • Covering your mouth if you are coughing and sneezing.
  • Keeping windows in houses, taxis, buses and other places open for movement of fresh air.
  • Not spitting on the ground.
  • Not stopping your TB treatment and medication even if you are feeling better than before.


  • My responsibility to educate myself and educate and aware others.
  • Let’s joined hands to stop TB.

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