Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT) works closely with the University of Manitoba, Canada and the Karnataka State AIDS Prevention Society to empower communities in Karnataka, to improve their health, reduce the incidence and burden of HIV and AIDS, and assert their rights and dignity.
Programs: i) Maternal, Neo-Natal & Child Health: This program is implemented by KHPT in order to improve maternal, new born and child health outcomes by improving availability, accessibility, utilization and coverage of critical MNCH interventions for rural populations of eight priority districts in northern Karnataka. ii) HIV/AIDS: Vihaan is a project to increase treatment adherence, reducing stigma and discrimination and improving the quality of life for people living with HIV. 147,392 People Living with HIV (PLHIV) are currently active and continue to avail services of KHPT. iii) Tuberculosis: THALI is a patient centric family-focused TB prevention and care initiative that aims and facilitates vulnerable populations' access to quality TB services in India's heath care providers of the patients' choice. iv) Adolescent Health: This project's objective is to improve the quality of life of 4,240 adolescent girls from disadvantaged households in Koppal District in Karnataka by enhancing education, health and nutritional status of them. v) Comprehensive Primary Health Care: Based out of Mysore City in Karnataka, this initiative is focused on designing and implementing integrated urban health systems in place to strengthen continuum of care for non-communicable disease (NDC) services.
Impact: i) 147,392 PHLIV are currently availing medical care facilities provided by the NGO. ii) 284 adolescent groups countinue to work with adolescent girls in 51 districts to improve their quality of life. iii) Over 600 patients have received counselling and and medical care so far regarding NCD care.
Income Rs34 cr
Expense Rs31 cr
Source : Audit Report 2018
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