The National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) was established in 1989 by the
Government of Nigeria to coordinate TB and leprosy control efforts in Nigeria.
Its mandate was further expanded to include Buruli ulcer control in 2006.
A Nigeria free of Tuberculosis & Leperosy
Save Nigerian lives, reach zero TB deaths and reduce the burden and impact of TB, drug-resistant TB and TB/HIV on Nigeria.
By 2025, to achieve a 50% reduction in TB prevalence rate and 75% reduction in TB mortality rate in Nigeria.