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Name: Gramin Samaj Kalyan Vikas Manch(GSKVM)
Street 1: Jailhata, DALTONGANJ
Street 2: Palamu,Jharkhand
City: Daltonganj
Province: Jharkhand
Post Code: 822101
Country: India
Phone: +916562222867
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Focal Point Contact Information

Salutation: Mr
First Name: Hashmat
Last Name: Rabbani
Title: Secretary
Phone: +919431159447

Alternate Focal Point Contact Information

Salutation: Dr.
First Name: Kundan
Last Name: Kumar
Title: Associate Member
Phone: 9308526471

General Information

Board Constituency: Developing Country NGO
Is your organization legally registered in your country: No
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Organization Type - Primary: Non-Governmental Organization
Organization Type - Secondary: Other Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
Organization Description:
1.Vision:Dreaming together for a better world for all
Mission:To eradicate poverty and promote self reliance by improving the quality of life of the poor, deprived community through meaningful socio-economic growth in all phases of life.
2.“Control TB in India for world’s sake” "India has the world's highest burden of tuberculosis. TB kills one person every two minutes in India or almost 750 people daily” "Global TB control is unattainable without controlling the incidence of TB in India"
3.GSKVM in collaboration with IMA,RNTCP,Stop TB Partnership & Other health partner want to Control TB
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Specializations / Areas of Work

Delivery of health services and care
Research and Development
Technical Assistance

Other Organization Information

Total number of staff in your organization: 26 - 50
Number of full-time staff who are directly involved with TB: 6 - 10
Number of part-time staff who are directly involved with TB: 26 - 50
Number of volunteers who are directly involved with TB: 51 - 99
How did you hear about the Stop TB Partnership: Stop TB communications
If you were informed or referred by another partner of the Stop TB Partnership please tell us who:
Why do you wish join the Stop TB Partnership: Technical assistance and advice
Are you a member of a Stop TB national partnership: India
Are you in contact with your national TB programme: Yes
Please tell us how your organization is contributing to your country's national TB control plan:
TB is quite a common disease in these parts of Jharkhand province in India and its early detection and proper treatment can totally cure a TB patient from this disease. Although RNTCP; National TB Control Programme is active here with its limited Govt. infrastructure and approved methodology, yet a considerable number of TB patients are left-out in the communities, causing the spread of this infectious disease. Gramin Samaj Kalyan Vikas Manch, under its TB Reach project implementing an ‘INNOVATIVE METHOD’ through the STOP TB Partnership Programme , which will supplement the work of RNTCP to reach to more numbers of TB patients in comparison to recent past years. Since GSKVM is one of the partners of STOP TB Partnership Programme of TB Reach of WHO, we have been selected to implement this innovative method. Hence our project may be considered as a research work, to establish a new method which will ensure that – no TB patient is left unidentified in the communities. It is expected that successful implementation of this Research Project will immensely contribute to the ultimate Goal Towards TB Free World.

Geographical Reach

Which country is your headquarters located in: India
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Please tell us how your organization will contribute to the Global Plan to Stop TB by briefly describing its involvement in any of the areas of work listed below:

TB Care Delivery:
There are several reasons for low case detection rates and delayed initiatives of treatment interventions. e.g. a)poor understanding of TB and its symptom in general population. 2)Insufficient about knowledge where to seek care. 3)Weak health Service system. 4)Barrier to access. 5)Poor diagnosed quality. 6)Limited HR for health. 7)Lack of TB Knowledge among health care provider etc.
The victims are often unaware of the fact that they have contacted the disease and that they can get cured if they take medical advice at the initial stage. Although a few patients are identified by DOTs program by the Government health workers and NGO social-workers and are taken to the government health facilities for treatment .But they often discontinue treatment midway because they do not have the idea that TB cannot be cured without a sustained treatment spanning 5 to 6 months or more. Financial constraints also play a major role here. Due to the tough geographical nature of the area, following up those cases are difficult. In this section Advocacy,communication and Social mobilization play an important role for DOTS Expansion and enhancement.

New Diagnostics:
Our target group people are comfortable in their own areas in jungle. They don’t prefer to go to the town based hospitals or even to the nearby PHCs for treatment of any kind of illness. In most of the cases they believe in witch-crafts and other superstitions. It is seen in many cases that tribal patients living in remote forest area suffering from cough for a prolonged duration with fever, breathlessness, chest pain, blood in sputum etc are taken to local ‘Ojhas’(Witchdoctors ) for witch crafting.We are providing Incentive to our Govt.Link Volunteer lacally called SAHIYA. The impact of new and improved diagnostics on TB detection rate, access to treatment, patient bene?t,cost-effectiveness, equity and poverty (including mathematical modelling studies).

The inhabitants of the area are mostly tribal people and are socially excluded from the main stream. Socio-economically most of the populations belong to backward communities. There are some tribes who are of semi-nomadic type, living in the fringe of forests and basically collect forest products to earn their livelihood. Literacy among the tribal population is very low. In most of the cases they live in small thatched mud huts without proper ventilation. The level of sanitation is wretched. The nutrition level of the community people is low. The women and the children are the worst suffers. The overall profile of community health is pitiable. Our target population is those indigenous people, who are backward in almost all aspects of life. We have a good number of seasonal migrants with new smear TB suspects. They are highly prone to succumbing to any kind of infectious disease. Most of them are addicted to tobacco, country spirit (hooch) .Most of them suffer from poor health, malnutrition and other problems. In many cases some of them become seasonally migrants in search livelihood, and get infected with HIV or by TB and when they return home, they infect others.Operational research studies will have been carried out to evaluate how to optimally deliver diagnostic services in routine TB programmatic settings, and to estimate related costs and other resources.


Declaration of interests:
Gramin Samaj Kalyan Vikas Manch will ever be supportive for implementation of the Global Plan to Stop TB.

Our Information is correct. There is not known conflict of Interest.

Application date: March 18, 2014
Last updated: March 25, 2014