In Bangladesh, Tuberculosis (TB) is a major public health problem and a leading cause of adult mortality. The WHO ranks Bangladesh the sixth among 22 high burden TB countries. Every year, around 76,000 people die because of TB in Bangladesh. BRAC is the first NGO to sign a MoU with the Government of Bangladesh in 1994 to expand the Directly Observed Treatment Short course (DOTS) services nationwide. Along with the government, BRAC is the principal recipient of Global Fund to Fight AIDs, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) to strengthen health system and expand DOTs across Bangladesh. BRAC and 42 other NGOs are implementing TB interventions in partnership with the government. AMIC –DAM as one of the implementing partner is delivering the TB service in Dhaka North City Corporation area .The major services are- 1. Do register TB patient. and give daily medicine dose to the registered patients, 2.Conduct awareness program- a)Conduct orientation workshop with Community /Opinion /Religious Leaders, b)Conduct orientation workshop with Non-Graduate Private Practitioners (PPs), c)Conduct orientation workshop with and HIV NGO workers d)Conduct orientation workshop with Factory Workers e) Conduct orientation workshop with Cured TB Patient f)Conduct folk songs and Film Show, 3.Hospital /Clinic visit ,TB symptom patient refer for examine cough, 4. Participate in performance review meeting arrange by government & private organization.