As their mandate to give back to society, HPE India has installed over 130 eHealth Centers (eHC) under its Corporate Social Responsibility program, across the country where more than 1 million patients have been registered and treated under primary health domain.
The India Health Fund (IHF), a collaborative initiative led by the Tata Trusts, endeavors to leverage the power of collective impact to eliminate Tuberculosis (TB) by 2025 and malaria by 2030 from India.
When real-estate giant DLF recognized that Tuberculosis posed a threat to the community, including to its own employees’ productivity and financial conditions, they set out to identify the biggest gaps in the area – realizing the most immediate need was an additional CBNAAT facility.
Agra Footwear Manufacturers & Exporters Chambers (AFMEC) is an organization working with the entire industry in Agra bringing together more than 1,200 companies with an outreach to over 3,00,000 employees.
TB continues to be a major health challenge in India. Active Case Finding is the key to identifying high-risk cases in the community. Identification of high-risk cases followed by diagnosis, awareness building, and treatment could prevent further spread of the infection, particularly in vulnerable age groups.
Senapati district in Manipur is known for its lush green valleys, deep gorges and crystal clear rivers. However, the flip side to its idyllic beauty is the difficult daily lives of its inhabitants, who have to trudge several kilometres until they can access even the most basic of facilities.
Johnson & Johnson believes good health is the foundation of vibrant lives, thriving communities and forward progress. Over the last 70 years in India, it has improved the health and well-being of people by providing Consumer Healthcare, Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals. Committed to supporting the Government of India in realizing its vision of a TB-free India by 2025.
Uttar Pradesh has the highest TB burden in the country, with over 486,000 new cases being reported in 2019. The residents of villages near GAIL’s “Pata Petrochemical complex,” named after a small village Pata in the district Auraiya, have always needed an anchoring entity for community outreach that would link them to the government facilities
Nayara Energy (Erstwhile Essar Oil Limited) owns and operates the second-largest, single-site refinery in India and actively partners with the communities to make a meaningful impact on the lives of people.
Goodricke Group Ltd – part of Camellia Plc, an international group of diverse companies, has tea estates and factories located across Assam and West Bengal including in the Darjeeling hills. About 180,000 workers and their families live within the tea estates in housing provided by the company.
BEST employees can get themselves diagnosed and treated at its 26 fully-staffed in-house depot dispensaries and the Mumbai Central Bus Depot Dispensary and Investigation Centre — the latter offering a single-window service to those fighting HIV-TB co-infection. A monthly three-tier follow-up
Despite rapid economic transformation over the last three decades, the state of Haryana has witnessed high rural-urban disparity with respect to access to quality healthcare. While the status of health infrastructure in Haryana is better than the national average, the provisions of healthcare facilities are largely concentrated in few pockets and locations in urban centers.
Acknowledging the need to address health issues of this high-risk population, Apollo Tyres Foundation (ATF) established
a preventative healthcare program in the year 2000 for the trucking community. The program has been established at
32 centers in major transshipment hubs across 19 states.