To effectively implement its mission and objectives the Australian Respiratory Council has established ongoing relationships with a number of organisations.
ARC continues to seek new partners to implement sustainable projects in areas of need with the region.
Our current partners include:
The Union (formerly International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease IUATLD) & The Union ?APR (Asia Pacific Region)
ARC is a constituent member of the Union & The Union - APR. The Union has as its mission the prevention and control of tuberculosis and lung disease,
as well as related health problems, on a world-wide basis, with a particular emphasis on low-and middle-income countries. Its goal is to promote national
autonomy within the framework of the priorities of each country by developing, implementing and assessing anti-tuberculosis and respiratory health programmes.
ACFID (Australian Council For International Development)
ACFID is an independent national association of Australian non-government organisations (NGOs) working in the field of international aid and development.
The ACFID Code of Conduct defines standards of best practice for international development organisations and represents the active commitment of its signatories
to conduct their activities with integrity and accountability. There are currently 112 signatories to the Code of Conduct. ARC is a signatory to the ACFID Code of
The Stop TB Partnership, called the Stop TB Initiative at the time of its inception, was established in 1998. Its aim is to realize the goal of eliminating
TB as a public health problem and, ultimately, to obtain a world free of TB. It comprises a network of international organizations, countries, donors from
the public and private sectors, governmental and nongovernmental organizations and individuals that have expressed an interest in working together to achieve