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T.B Awareness Program

 Many countries, it is the responsibility of the government to assure health care provision for the whole population. But the public health agenda has become so large that the governments of these countries have been unable to provide adequate health care. This has led organizations outside the government to assume part of that responsibility. Moreover, there is a growing recognition by government and international organizations that the involvement of all stakeholders is needed, if health services are to reach the poor Further, continued bilateral relationships between donors and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have created a window of opportunity for government–NGO collaboration For Management Sciences for Health. Research evidence indicates that working in isolation can result in duplication of efforts and failure to accomplish health goals, whereas collaboration among health care providers can generate synergy and facilitate the flow of information.

This study analyzes the basic concepts and key issues of existing collaboration between government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in health care, using as an example the implementation of the DOTS (formerly an abbreviation for directly observed treatment, short course) strategy for tuberculosis (TB) control in India. It also examines efforts by the Government of India to improve health services delivery, especially for the poor, through collaboration with NGOs. Data were collected in 2001 and 2002 as a part of the process of developing a public-private partnership model for TB care in India. Analyses of existing collaboration models in TB control strongly suggest that the government and NGO sectors can be complementary in controlling TB. We found an increasing trend of government collaborating with NGOs in implementing TB control programmes. The study indicates that government–NGO collaboration is an effective way of improving access to and quality of TB and other health care services. Kranti samaj were participate the NRHM ODISHA jointly awareness work at Mandhasala Dist-khurda. were 200 people participant comprising of village committee member of Nrhm, representative participated doctors, Dooradarsan member and some celebrity are participate and NGO Workers were invited and aware the participant on causes, nature and prevention of T.B.