Government of Karnataka invites you for a National Workshop for Learning and Sharing in MNCH on
STRENGTHENING RESPONSE TO ENHANCE MNCH OUTCOMES
Experiences from Karnataka and other high priority states.
In collaboration with Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT) and
Centre for Global Public Health (CGPH), University of Manitoba
2nd to 4th February 2016, 10am to 5pm at the Hotel Capitol, Rajbhavan Road, Bangalore.
HIV / AIDS
We support at risk communities to reduce their vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and access care and services
Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health
We partner with the government to improve outcomes of MNCH programmes.
Community Institution Building
We build and capacitate community institutions to lead and sustain change.
Adolescent Health and Education
We empower girls from underserved communities to claim their rights to health and education.
Violence against Women
We empower marginalised women to lead a life without violence.
We facilitate public-private collaboration and community engagement for treatment of tuberculosis patients.
Orphan and Vulnerable Children
We improve access to health, education, social protection and welfare services for vulnerable children.
We catalyse reduction in malnutrition through better service delivery and norm and behaviour change among neglected communities