CETI programmes aim to improve the rates of TB diagnosis and treatment for vulnerable people in under-served communities. These include women, children and urban slum dwellers; it is these groups who, in the past, have tended to miss out on vital TB care.
The project works at a grassroots level, providing training in TB to local NGOs, community volunteers and rural health care providers who are trusted by their communities. This means they develop the skills to identify symptoms of the disease, and can support people through diagnosis and treatment.
By holding local meetings to raise awareness of TB, and developing TB action plans, community members are investing in their own healthcare. Read More
CETI works as a catalyst and resource by empowering and aligning multiple agencies to reduce the burden of TB in India. In particular, CETI focuses on creating best practice models and then scaling them up. CETI leverages and aligns the government infrastructure, private doctors, and NGOs to their maximum potential for TB Elimination.
Our Key Interventions
Local Roadmap For TB Free India
TB Free Indore Campaign
Our Recent Activities
Dr. Salil Bhargava, Co-Founder- CETI, Participated in 76th NATCON 2021 at Ambala | 11th – 13th April 2022
Dr. Salil Bhargava, Co-Founder- CETI, Participated in NAPCON 2021 at Varanasi | 31st March to 3rd April 2022
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