Tuberculosis (TB), a life-threatening infectious disease, ranks alongside human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) as a global leading cause of death. Often viewed as a disease of poverty, tuberculosis infections persist worldwide. If the prescribed treatment regimen is successfully followed, regular TB has a cure rate of approximately 95%. Therefore, tuberculosis is a treatable disease. However, the disease is complex and there are many factors that must be considered when understanding why the disease continues to infect so many. Bangladesh, a lower-middle income country in South Asia, is one of 22 countries that are considered “high burden” tuberculosis countries. It is also a country where many garment factories are located, as Bangladesh is able to offer low-cost production for buyers. Garment factory workers have a higher than average tuberculosis prevalence than the general population. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. Determinants of Health Analysis: In this section of your final project, you will research the population and the global health challenge as described in the given scenario in order to conduct an analysis of the global health challenge. A. Provide an overview of the global health challenge. Be sure that your overview describes the problem and the population it is affecting. B. Explain how global health policies and organizations provide guidance for populations in addressing the global health challenge. Be sure to support your response with appropriate research. C. Determine cultural considerations that must be considered when working with the given population. Be sure to support your response with appropriate research. D. Analyze the given situation for the core determinants of health in the population being affected by the global health challenge. For example, what social factors are important to note in the population, as related to the health challenge? E. Determine, based on your prior analysis, potential root causes of the global health challenge. Be sure to support your response with appropriate research. F. Analyze the fiscal resources available to the affected population for how they might affect the health challenge. For example, are the affected individuals typically poor? Does this impact their ability to address the health challenge? G. Analyze social support networks available to the affected population for how they might affect the health challenge. For example, would there be support at their workplace, either from peers or management, in addressing the health challenge? H. Determine the extent to which the population is vulnerable to the health challenge it is facing based on your prior analysis of their resources. II. Health Equity and Social Justice: In this section of your final project, consider how the global health challenge relates to both health equity and social justice. A. Determine the extent to which leaders in the population have acted upon guidance provided by global health policies and organizations, if at all. Be sure to support your response with evidence. B. Explain how the health challenge is also an issue of health equity. C. Explain how the health challenge is also an issue of social justice. D. Determine potential underlying causes of health equity and social justice in the current health challenge. Be sure to base these causes on your prior analysis of determinants of health. III. Intervention Recommendations: In this final section of your final project, you will provide recommendations for the population-based on your prior analysis that will help to address the global health challenge. A. Recommend how leaders of the population should incorporate guidance from global health policies and organizations into reforms. B. Recommend interventions that could be implemented in the population to help mitigate or address the health challenge. Be sure to explain how your recommendations are culturally sound. C. Defend your recommended interventions with support from applicable fundamental global health theories.