TB Alert India

Started in 2004, TB Alert India is a dedicated NGO fighting TB within the Indian context, primarily based at Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. TB Alert India is registered under Indian Trust Act and sister organization of TB Alert UK, a global charity which works for TB control world wide. Our strategic work focus is to ensure effective and efficient implementation of Revised National TB Control Programmme (RNTCP) with strong involvement of NGO sector at grass root level. We are a community driven organization in Capacity Building of NGOs by provision of Professional, Technical & Financial support in order to empower communities. We are further empowerment of the communities at different levels of Service Delivery paragadim of RNTCP. We are working with 12.2 milliion population across various states in India with the wide networks of 50 grass root level NGOs.TB Alert India Started in 2004, TB Alert India is a dedicated NGO fighting TB within the Indian context, primarily based at Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. TB Alert India is registered under Indian Trust Act and sister organization of TB Alert UK, a global charity which works for TB control world wide. Our strategic work focus is to ensure effective and efficient implementation of Revised National TB Control Programmme (RNTCP) with strong involvement of NGO sector at grass root level. We are a community driven organization in Capacity Building of NGOs by provision of Professional, Technical & Financial support in order to empower communities. We are further empowerment of the communities at different levels of Service Delivery paragadim of RNTCP. We are working with 12.2 milliion population across various states in India with the wide networks of 50 grass root level NGOs.

Our Approach

We promote the voice of people affected with TB:

Tuberculosis is a public health problem of sticken communities who offen find it impossible to get their hear. We through advocacy sensitize all key stake holders in the community on TB as a public health problem and make people aware of their right to demand, receive services to overcome TB slaught.

We tackle issues of stigma and discrimination:

TB, like most infectious diseases, carries a terrible stigma that makes a community afraid to confront the issue. By working publicly against the disease and spreading awareness about it, allows a community to understand how to deal with it and how to treat those who are infected..

Using and creating effective networks and alliances:

A highly prestigious “ACSM” component is our flagship programme with involvement of network of NGOs in seven districts of Andhra Pradesh.

We have a holistic approach to fighting the disease:

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Working at a grass root level using community participation process:

Involving NGOs and local people we enable fight against the disease. We create a cadre of Private Health Practitioners, Teachers and locally trusted community service providers as DOTS providers. We thus accessibility, availability, awareness, acceptability of medical care in particular and health care in general to affected communities.