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KHPT received the USAID India’s grant to implement the Tuberculosis Health Action Learning Initiative (THALI), Pool 2 Project, in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune. KHPT will assist Government of India (GoI) to identify, apply and scale up successful innovative approaches to address tuberculosis (TB). The project will specially focus on reaching the under or inadequately served urban slum dwellers and other low income populations, women and children.
THALI works with the Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP) of GoI, municipal corporations, state and city governments, private health care providers and private industries/corporate sector to improve TB control. It aims to support implemetation of best practices and innovations in the prevention, detection and treatment of TB, reduce social stigma associated with the disease, empower communities to manage the disease and encourage increased private sector funding to the TB-free India campaign.
The KHPT led consortium implements a comprehensive private provider interface agency (PPIA) model, in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune, to deliver an integrated solution divided into five components, which include:
THALI’s patient-centric approach expects to decrease rates of TB incidence and mortality by ensuring successful treatment initiation and completion. It will help TB-patients gain access to trusted treatment services through adoption of STCI suited to their needs, schedules and financial means. Both public and private sector service providers will be engaged in these efforts.
With an emphasis on learning, improved data and rigorous scientific testing of approaches, THALI expects to generate knowledge on barriers to providing quality private sector TB services, and fundamentals required for a successful scale up.
USAID/India anticipates that in the later years of THALI, it may be appropriate to augment learning and sharing of information through global knowledge transfer to enhance TB control efforts in other countries.
Award winning photograph featuring our Kangaroo Mother Care project
Niti Ayog invites KHPT
Celebrating outstanding achievements
Government officials visit the food production units
Karnataka State Policy on Transgenders
Sensitization program for Pourakarmikas
KHPT work with OVC expanding to new geographies
Launch of Nutrition Program
KHPT wins the Impact Award
CSR consultation and learning workshop
Launch of Neem project in Karnataka
KHPT THALI participation at National Healthcare Summit
Telangana State Government’s commitment to End-TB
Together we beat Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs)
Giving girls a chance- a photograph from KHPT’s Samata project wins the WFPHA award
Be bold for change – adolescent girls from project Sphoorthi celebrate woman’s day in enthusiasm
Signing of a MoU between Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT) for the implementation of THALI in Bengaluru
A child lost in thinking- a photograph selected as winning entry in the Lancet Moving pictures, 2016
KHPT at India CSR Summit 2016
CAHR 2016- KHPT at the Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research
USAID India awards grant for combating tuberculosis in Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad to KHPT
Project Sukshema featured at the international conference on men’s involvement in improving women’s reproductive health
National workshop by Government of Karnataka & KHPT emphasise the need to ensure quality and equity in the delivery of MNCH care
KHPT researchers share new evidence at the STRIVE 2016 Annual Meeting