JSIPL contributes to the national TB response as a partner in several tuberculosis (TB)
strengthening projects. Its projects offer micro-targeted interventions in managing TB,
contributing to improving access, last mile delivery, evidence and innovations.
Strengthening local government response, building on existing networks, and
expanding the role of stakeholders to plan and implement TB-related interventions.
Facilitating TB detection and contact tracing in the community, primary
health care settings, and private sector with a focus on hot spots.
Improving treatment completion rates for drug-susceptible and drug-resistant
TB and supporting programmatic management of DR-TB.
Mentoring and building capacity of health care workers on TB-specific
interventions and improving documentation and data management across all TB-related registers
As part of the Tuberculosis Implementation Framework Agreement (TIFA) Project, TB Commitment
Grants (TCGs) or fixed amount awards (FAA) are given to government entities, international
and local NGOs, and private sector partners working in TB control and elimination.
Following participatory approaches to strengthen the supply chain for TB products among
private sector clinics in project states as part of the THALI project and to implement a
comprehensive and robust M&E plan to help health managers and providers collect and use TB
Designing solutions tailored to the local context and working with Municipal Corporations,
other stakeholders, and suppliers to facilitate a seamless supply chain for drugs,
Improving case detection, notification, adherence to TB care and treatment completion
standards, and developing people-friendly platforms to improve access to TB services.
Implementing a comprehensive and robust M&E plan to help health managers and providers
collect and use TB data.
The five-year TIFA Project from 2019–2024 is part of USAID’s Global
Accelerator to End TB. It is working with national TB programs and local entities to
develop and negotiate FAAs aligned with country priorities on combating TB.
The THALI project was implemented from 2016–2020. It worked closely with the
Revised National TB Control Program (RNTCP), municipal governments, and private
providers to improve TB control in West Bengal.
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