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Central African Republic

The WHO lists the Central African Republic as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB and TB/HIV. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, the Central African Republic reported an estimated incidence of 19,000 TB cases in 2015 and a prevalence of 21,000 cases in 2014. 0.4% of new cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 14% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

Mozambique

The WHO lists Mozambique as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB, MDR-TB, and TB/HIV. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, Mozambique had an estimated incidence of 154,000 TB cases in 2015, with a prevalence of 150,000 TB cases in 2014. 3.7% of new cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 20% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

Congo

The WHO lists Congo as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB and TB/HIV. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, the Democratic Republic of Congo reported an estimated incidence of 18,000 TB cases in 2015, and a prevalence of 21,000 cases in 2014. 3.2% of new cases are MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 14% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

South Africa

The WHO lists South Africa as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB, MDR-TB, and TB/HIV. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, South Africa had an estimated incidence of 454,000 TB cases in 2015, with a prevalence of 380,000 TB cases in 2014. 3.5% of new cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 7.1% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

Congo, the Democratic Republic of the

The WHO lists the Democratic Republic of the Congo as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB, MDR-TB, and TB/HIV. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, the Democratic Republic of Congo reported an estimated incidence of 250,000 TB cases in 2015, and a prevalence of 400,000 cases in 2014. 3.2% of new cases are MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 14% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of

The WHO lists the Democratic People's Republic of Korea as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB and MDR-TB. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea reported an estimated incidence of 141,000 TB cases in 2015, and a prevalence of 140,000 cases in 2014. 2.2% of new cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 16% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

Bangladesh

The WHO lists Bangladesh as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB and MDR-TB. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, Bangladesh had an estimated incidence of 225 per 100,000 population of TB in 2015. With a population of 161 million, this amounted to 362,000 incident cases. 1.6% of new cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 29% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

Indonesia

The WHO lists Indonesia as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB, MDR-TB, and TB/HIV. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, Indonesia reported an estimated incidence of 1,020,000 TB cases in 2015, and a prevalence of 1,600,000 cases in 2014. 2.8% of new cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 16% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

Papua New Guinea

The WHO lists Papua New Guinea as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB, MDR-TB, and TB/HIV. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, Papua New Guinea had an estimated incidence of 33,000 TB cases in 2015, with a prevalence of 39,000 TB cases in 2014. 3.4% of new cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 26% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020

Philippines

The WHO lists the Philippines as one of the 30 countries with the highest burden of TB and MDR-TB. According to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016, the Philippines had an estimated incidence of 324,000 TB cases in 2015, with a prevalence of 410,000 TB cases in 2014. 2.6% of new cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant, and 29% of previously treated cases were MDR or rifampicin resistant. It is considered a lower-middle income country by the World Bank.

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2014 to 2020