Who We Are

USAID Program for Accelerated Control of Tuberculosis in Karamoja (PACT-Karamoja) is a five-year funded project (2020 – 2025) that aims to increase TB case detection and treatment success rates through health system strengthening in all districts of North Eastern sub-region of Uganda; Abim, Amudat, Kaabong, Karenga, Kotido, Moroto, Nabilatuk, Nakapiripirit and Napak. In collaboration with key stakeholders at regional, district and community levels, PACT-Karamoja provides technical assistance to ensure delivery of high impact and innovative interventions that are in line with national guidelines to support management of drug susceptible TB, drug resistant TB and TB preventive services in the districts.

Where we work

What We Do

Approach 1: Differentiated TB Services delivery Models

Community TB Treatment Points (education, screen, initiate, monitor and TPT).

Approach 3: Digital Technology

Patient support and education(Interactive Voice Response to TB).
Advanced Treatment Information Center (ATIC) and e-learning for Health Care Workers.
Geographical Information Systems.

Approach 2: Strengthen TB service delivery platforms

Coordination, Technical Assistance for District Action Plan Formulation with Incremental scale up of priority TB interventions.
Support for District Action Plan Formulation implementation.
Data use at regional and district level

Approach 4: Research and Innovation

Capacity Building for Clinical Diagnosis of TB (digital X-ray).
Speciation of TB to determine prevalence of Bovine TB.
Documentation of lessons learned and best practices.


PACT Karamoja project provides technical assistance to district health teams to deliver high impact and innovative interventions that are in line with current national and global TB guidelines in Karamoja region. Read More