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Name: Gramin Development foundation
Street 1: Mo-Belwadandi
Street 2: Post- Gandhi Nagar
City: Basti
Province: Utter pradesh
Post Code: 272001
Country: India
Phone: 9454346537,9307299808
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Web Site:
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Focal Point Contact Information

Salutation: Mr
First Name: sanjai
Last Name: srivastava
Title: president
Phone: 7317042834

Alternate Focal Point Contact Information

Salutation: Mr
First Name: vindo
Last Name: srivastava
Title: secretery
Phone: 9307299808

General Information

Board Constituency: Developing Country NGO
Is your organization legally registered in your country: Yes
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Organization Type - Primary: Non-Governmental Organization
Organization Type - Secondary: Community-Based Organization (CBO)
Organization Description:
To organize different communities & empower them through development initiative focusing on educational, social, health & economical aspects so that they become independent and self- reliant and live a holistic life.

Why we intrested
India has approximately two to three million people infected Tuberculosis. This public health problem is the world's largest tuberculosis epidemic.[1] India bears a disproportionately large burden of the world's tuberculosis rates, as it resides to be the biggest health problem in India. It remains one of the largest on India's health and wellness scale. India is the highest TB burden country with World Health Organisation (WHO) statistics for 2011 giving an estimated incidence figure of 2.2 million cases of TB for India out of a global incidence of 8.7 million cases.[2] Compared to Canada, there are about 1,600 new cases of TB every year,[3] which does not largely sum up, even closely, to the amount India suffers through. Citing studies of TB-drug sales, the government now suggests the total went from being 2.2 million to 2.6 million people nationwide.[4] Tuberculosis is the biggest health issue that lies around India, but what makes is worse is the newly and recently discovered global phenomenon of TDR-TB - Totally Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis. This issue of drug-resistant TB started off with MDR-TB, and moved on to XDR-TB. Gradually, the lowest but most dangerous and strongest of them all has situated itself in India as TDR-TB.
This decease can destroy the family situation So we want to strengthen the family then ween need to aware the family for that.
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Specializations / Areas of Work


Other Organization Information

Total number of staff in your organization: 1 - 5
Number of full-time staff who are directly involved with TB: 1 - 5
Number of part-time staff who are directly involved with TB: 6 - 10
Number of volunteers who are directly involved with TB: 11 - 25
How did you hear about the Stop TB Partnership: Internet search
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: Involvement in Stop TB Working Groups
Are you a member of a Stop TB national partnership: No
Are you in contact with your national TB programme: No
Please tell us how your organization is contributing to your country's national TB control plan:
we are strengthening the VHSNC for Leadership support to aware to for delivery timely services to community.
support in Health department activities.

Geographical Reach

Which country is your headquarters located in: India
Which countries do you do operate in:
(This includes countries you are conducting activities in)


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:
everal challenges impede sustainable implementation and expansion of TB control activities. Many of these stem from a weak political will failing to elicit the required health system and societal response to control TB. In view of these challenges and experiences the WHO Stop TB department published "An expanded framework for effective tuberculosis control" in 2002. It emphasizes that:

Public health services need to enhance their capacity to sustain and expand DOTS implementation without compromising the quality of case detection and treatment.

Community involvement in TB care and a patient-centred approach need emphasis and promotion to improve both access to and utilization of health services.

Collaboration and synergy among the public, private, and voluntary sectors are essential to ensure accessible and quality-assured TB diagnosis and treatment.

The increasing impact of HIV on the incidence of TB especially in Sub-Saharan Africa calls for new partnerships and approaches.

A surge in drug-resistant forms of TB in the former Soviet Union and several other parts of the world requires effective implementation of the DOTS strategy to prevent occurrence of new multidrug-resistant (MDR-TB) cases as well as measures to cure existing MDR-TB cases.

Sustaining DOTS programmes will also entail their integration into primary health care and adaptation to ongoing reforms within health sectors worldwide.


Declaration of interests:
No conflicts of interest were delacred.

Application date: February 5, 2016
Last updated: February 8, 2016