Mamta’s HIV-AIDS program support efforts to reduce the incidence of HIV-AIDS significantly and sustainably; contributing to reverse impact on HIV-AIDS-affected people through positive and productive influence in their lives. A key component of our program is advocacy intervention in HRGs through a program focused on Young People’s Sexual, Reproductive Health and Rights.
Mamta’s TB initiative supports the Government of India’s National Tuberculosis Elimination Program to expand its reach, visibility, and effectiveness. It also engages community-based providers to improve TB services, especially for women and children, marginalized, vulnerable and co-infected populations. In India, Mamta covers seven states: Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Haryana, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh.
The disease poses serious “silent epidemic” challenges because most of the infected persons are unaware of chronic carrier status. Hence, it continues to infect others for decades and eventually burdens society with the loss of a productive workforce, and the health care system with the expenses of treating liver failures, chronic liver diseases, and cancers; moreover it is becoming the major cause of death among people living with HIV.
Mamta supports and works to reduce the HIV and TB epidemic at national level working towards the prevention of HIV, TB and other infections in high risk populations. We invest in the management and retrieval of the affected population. Our interventions are driven by evidence-based good practices & work to integrate primary care clinics with HIV counselling and testing services, connect patients with quality health care services and educate young key population about sexual and reproductive health & rights.
Enhancing immunization coverage is vital to prevent the spread of vaccine-preventable diseases. Projects aim to strengthen immunization programs by addressing barriers such as vaccine hesitancy, improving vaccine distribution systems, and increasing awareness and access to vaccines.
Diagnostics are the gateway to care and treatment fof communicable diseases. At ground level or in resource-limited settings there are still considerable barriers to accessing services. Mamta’s interventions are imbibed such that the importance of early diagnosis and prompt treatment is promoted as the key element. Low-cost, quick results and hassle-free diagnostic methods are evaluated for appropriateness and adopted for accelerating access to diagnosis and treatment.