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  • 1. Revised National Tb Control ProgrammePanchayati Raj &DOTS TB Patients
    Initiative to Manage People Centered Alliances in Control of Tuberculosis (IMPACT)CARE India (West Bengal now Paschim Bung)
    Khrist Roy
    CORE Group
    Washington DC, 14th October, 2011
  • 2. IMPACT Project Area
  • 3. Partners of IMPACT
    India’s Revised National TB Control Program (RNTCP),
    Bengal Network of Positive people (BNP+)
    Corporate partners – Eli Lilly
    National AIDS Control Program (NACP)
    Partner NGO- GLRA & SHIS
    Local NGO partners
  • 4. Problems with Compliance
  • 5.
  • 6.
  • 7. Welfare Schemes Identified to aid TB patients
    Identification of GOI and GOWB welfare schemes that could possibly be channeled to benefit the poor TB patients
    GP – educated and encouraged to use mechanism of these schemes to give benefits to TB patients. Different GPs used different schemes
    Antyodya
    Backward Region Grant Fund
    12th Finance Commission Fund
    National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme
    PanchayatRogiKalyan fund and Economic Rehab fund
  • 8. Results
  • 9. Results
  • 10. Improved Treatment Success Rates
  • 11. Success
    1) Central TB Division, GOI, New Delhi – Acknowledges success and shares it country wide for possible replication.
    http://www.tbcindia.org/pdfs/RNTCP%20TB%20India%202011.pdf
    2) GOWB State TB Officer has issued GO for non-CARE districts to adopt this measure
    3) CARE using this method for MDR-TB patients