A story of relentless commitment to empowering communities to improve their quality of life.
A highly driven team working together to create purposeful change.
Our work spans across health, education, violence against women and community institution building.
We believe systematic and scientific research is integral to creating change.
Our new ideas and approaches continue to transform lives.
From big ideas to little gestures, there are endless ways to get involved.
Give as little or as much as you like to support us.
Come, be part of creating change that matters.
KHPT has been organising sensitisation programmes for Judiciary across Karnataka in partnership with National Law School of India University and Karnataka Judicial Academy from 2012 to 2015. The programme, initiated under the Samvedana project, sensitises Judicial Officers on the issues faced by women in sex work, the critical role of the Judiciary in mitigating the violence and addressing violation of their human rights and the underlying interface between violence in sex work and HIV.
Sensitisation has brought significant changes in the attitude towards marginalised population among judges and police. The judiciary initiated police training has been a new trend. The District Legal Services Authority has started police trainings and is encouraging the coming together of law enforcing agencies for a common goal. Integration of a training module into the curriculum of induction training by The Karnataka Judicial Academy has integrated the training module into the curriculum for induction training.
The National Legal Services Authority has recommended the replication of the programme across all states in India. Zimbabwe has shown keen interest in replicating the same in their country and sought support from the Karnataka State police and Karnataka Judicial Academy.
ASHA Diary: Improving efficiency in service delivery of MNCH services by community health workers
KHPT experience in utilising technology to improve programs
Onsite Nurse Mentoring: Enhancing the quality of maternal and newborn care at facility level
Sensitising the judiciary on issues faced by women in sex work
Mitra: Improving treatment adherence among TB patients
Colour Coded Drug Packs: Simplifying STI treatment among female sex workers
Community-to-Community Learning: Using technology for knowledge exchange
D- TEAMS: Strengthening pre-service medical education
Link Workers: Community resource persons in HIV prevention